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MEETING OF Civic Center 

JOINT FINANCE /HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT Docu^vvM/vCfc? 

Monday, January 17, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 P.M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinstein, Molinari, 

1MM>£:jx*£ > von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Resolution approving the relocation of the Hyde Street 
Methadone Clinic to a new location at 342 Harriet Street. 
File 552-76. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 1/17/77. 

2. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Empire 
Construction Company as Lessor, for space at 342-344 Harriet 
Street for Department of Public Health's Division of Special 
Programs Methadone facility. File 64-77-3. (Controller No. 
RO 268) • 

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FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisors 

Wednesday, February 16, 1977 Room 228, City Hall, 2 P.M. 

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^JOINT FINANCE/LEGISLATIVE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Wednesday, March 2, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 P.M. 

Present: Supervisors Feinstein, Molinari, von Beroldingen 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 



1. Hearing to review management audit report of Retirement System 
prepared by the Board of Supervisors' Bureau of the Budget. 
File 154-77. 

ACTION: Continued to Call of the Chair pending receipt of 

input from Chamber of Commerce and Retirement Board, 
in writing, concerning appointment of outside committee 
to study investment policies of the Retirement Board. 



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<•£ City Librarian 

CALENDAR 
]r f . ,L JOINT FINANCE/URBAN AND CONSUMER API 

^77 Wednesday, March 9, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 P.M . 

Present: Supervisors RaKttagekaKs^xMeKdeikaccshcc, Molinari, Pelosi, 

von Beroldingen 
Absent: Supervisors Barbagelata, Mendelsohn 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Resolution approving in principle a proposal from the sponsors 
of S->n Francisco Performing Arts Center, Inc. for a public 
off-street parking facility, the issuance of revenue bonds by 
the Parking Authority for the construction of said facility 
and the use of Parking Meter revenue to meet debt service 
requirements. File 459-75-4 






ACTION: Amended as follows- Add to title, after "requirements" 
", to the extent garage revenues are insufficient for 
said purpose." Page tvo, after second "Resolved", add 
"Further Resolved, That said approval in principle is 
hereby contingent upon the execution of a construction 
agreement between the Sponsors of San Francisco 
Performing Arts Center, Inc. and the City and County 
of San Francisco for the construction of said Performing 
Arts Center". Line 18, after "California", add "to the 
extent garage revenues are insufficient for said 
purpose." Line 20, after "Attorney" insert "upon 
execution of a construction agreement". RECOMMENDED 
AS AMENDED. 

(Supervisor Molinari dissenting) 



■ 

■ 

CALENDA R 

MEETING OF 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Wednesday, March 9, 1977 Room 223, City Hall •• 2 P.M. 

Present: Supervisors BatXJffgeJXMX^ Molinari, von Beroldingen 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $200,000, Municipal Railway, for recon- 
struction and replacement; an emergency measure. File 101-76-135 
(Controller No. RO 365) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $9,800, Treasurer, to provide continued 
usage of Telerate Financial Data System for the balance of the 
fiscal year; an emergency measure. File 101-76-136. (Controller 
No. RO 363) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance amending 1976-77 Annual Salary Ordinance, by amending 
Section 1 . 1A thereof, relating to permanent part- time/flex- time 
employment. (Pelosi, Mendelsohn, Molinari) File 102-76-57 

(Continued from February 2, 1977) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

4. Ordinance appropriating $195,000, Recreation and Park, for plans, 
specifications and engineering services for zoo improvements. 
File 101-76-112 (Controller No. RO 299) 

ACTTON- RECOMMENDED. Letter to Controller requesting money be 

' replenished to Zoo fund upon receipt of funds under Titlel 
c r\ a- or Federal Public^orlis. Set, ,.,,,, 

5. Ordinance appropriating ?32, 1 91u, Public Health, SFGK, for 

permanent salaries for reclassification of nine positions; 
rescinding $31,810 for permanent salaries. File 101-76-128 
(Controller No. RO 321) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public Health, 
San Francisco General Hospital, reflecting classification of 

nine positions; a companion measure to File 101-76-128. File 
102-76-79. (CSC No. 87) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Ordinance appropriating $29,375, Public Worics , tor polyethylene 
litter bags; rescinding $29,375 from equipment appropriation, 
Street Cleaning. File 101-76-125 (Controller No. RO 333) 

ACTION - Amended bv reducing amount: from $29,375 to $25,000. 
RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

8. Ordinance appropriating $138,721, Public Health, SFGH, for dry 
goods, stationery and office supplies, pursuant to Charter Section 
6.306; rescinding $84,831 from equipment and foodstuffs appropria- 
tion, SFGH and $53,890 from meat appropriation, Lagun.i Honda 
Hospital, Public Health. File 101-76-126 (Controller No. RO 332) 

ACTIO''!: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Lowrie Paving Company, Inc. and Pacific Telephone and Telegraph 
Company, for $400,000 for expansion of Southeast Water Pollution 
Control'plant, and dismissal' of litigation. File 140-77 
(Controller No. RO 330) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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10. Ordinance amending Article 11, Part II, San Francisco Municipal 
Code, by amending Section 807 thereof, to delete the exemption 
of five dollars and one cent ($5.01) or less to the stadium 
operator admission tax; to delete the provision for expiration 
date of December 31, 1977. (Molinari, Feinstein, von Beroldingen) 
File 202-76-2 

ACTION: TABLED. 

11. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to correct clerical 
and editorial errors, to increase maximum loan on single family 
residences and to provide for hardship loans by amending Sections 
32.1, 32.2, 32.51, 32.53, 32.69, 32.75, 32.80, 32.81; repealing 
Sections 32.90 and 32.91; and establishing relocations benefits 
by adding new Sections 32.90 and 32.91. File 143-77-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution authorizing acceptance of easement across Hetch Hetchy 
right-of-way in Stanislaus County relinquished by the State of 
California. File 122-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution requesting the Department of Public Health to submit 
a supplemental appropriation in the amount of $25,000 pursuant 
to Resolution No. 665-76 (Tamaras) File 133-77 

ACTION: TABLED. 

14. Resolution approving Addendum No. 12 to the 1975 Community 
Development Program, authorizing use of contingency funds totalling 
$41,000 for project cost overruns. File 253-75-16 

Amended as follows- Line 12, after $9,000 add "and"; ... 
ACTION: Line 13, after $18,000 delete ", and (3) Turk Street & llne 1! 
Health Facility Totalling $14,000". Change amt in title /to 

15. Resolution providing for further modifications to RAP Program $27,000. 
work-ordered services to City Attorney as funded by 1977 

Community Development Program. File 79-77-2 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

16. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property with 
Glaser Bros., Inc., as lessor, for space at 855 Harrison St. for 
Hetch Hetchy Power and Light. File 64-77-8 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Resolution approving in principle the construction of convention 
exhibit hall within Yerba Buena Center Redevelopment Project Area, 
to be financed by lease revenue bonds. (Kopp) File 91-77-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

38. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 

from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"Foam Project West" A2513-2-76. File 68-77-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Resolution accepting gift of $88 from Forum Project West for use 
by the Mayor's Office to provide matching funds for "Forum 
Project West". File 38-77-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



20. Resolution accepting gift for use by Recreation and Park 
Department from Friends of Recreation and Parks, a gift in place 
valued at approximately $2,500 for installation of a security 
syrteni at Golden Gate pjrk Nursery, and from Sunset Magazine, 
Lane Publishing of Menlo Park, 900 plants valued at $1,000 

for use in Demonstration Garden at Strvbing Arboretum. 
File 38-77-3 

(Continued from 2/23/77) 
(Continued from 3/2/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Ordinance authorizing the settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County of San Francisco. 
File 45-77-3 (Controller No. 322) 

Name Amount 

Eugene Morris and 

Douglas Morris $500.00 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO MARCH 16, 1977 

22. Application of John J. Toomey for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County of San Francisco in the amount of 
$50,000. File 50-77-2 

ACTION - Denied. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 

23. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of Pacific Insurance 
Company/Jack Lipman against the City and County of San Francisco 
by accepting the sum of $964.28. File 48-77-3 (Controller No. 
RO 323) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

24. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claims of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 48-77-4 (Controller 
No. RO 339, 338) 

Plaintiff Settlement 

Westfield Companies/ 

Geraldine Foster $1,330.42 

California State Auto 

Assn. (for Richard Colon) 1,500.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

25. Authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County against 
various defendants. File 49-77-2 

Name Amount 

Richard H. Avanzino $2,166.67 

R. Flat land Company 1,066.67 

Norman E. Jones 743.30 

Patrick Bonne] 1,716.80 

Adolph L. Rosenberg 3,333.33 

Ralph Yagjian 2,500.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

26. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and 
accept funds from the State of California for a Public Service 
Employment Project for the Neighborhood Arts Program of the Art 
Coinmlssion. (von Beroldingen) File 100-77-1 

Amended as follows: Delete Lines 11 and 12 and sub- 
ACTTON: stitute: "WHEREAS, there will be no City funds 
utilized , now therefore, be it" 
RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 



28. 



27. Resolution stating sense of Board of Supervisors that grant 

proposal by Superior Court be given first priority for future 
FeJeral Public funds. (Kopp) File 13-77-9 

(Continued from March ? 1^771 
ACTION: .Amended. See file for details. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

Hearing to consider whether the Board should endeavor to acquire 
property at 50 Fell Street, which the U. S. Department of the 
Navy has declared surplus to its needs. (Kopp) File 84-77-4 

ACTION: FILED. 

29. Hearing to consider appropriation for funds for a first-rate 
crime lab, Coroner's Office and the Arson Squad Physical 
Evidence Identification System. (Nelder) File 124-77 

ACTION: Hearing held. Committee awaits department's request 
for supplemental appropriation or request for funds 
at budget time. FILED. 



ADDENDUM TO FINANCE CALENDAR OF MARCH 9, 1977: 

30. Resolution authorizing Mayor to expend funds for Truck Driver 
Training Program. File 68-76-31.4 

(Continued from February 23, 1977) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

Resolution prepared in and reported out of Committee as follows: 
"Authorizing Mayor to expend funds for previously approved 
Manpower Program; s rescinding $100,000. from Truck Driver Training 
Program." File 68-76-31.5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 3/14/77 



-**£• S h MEETING OF 



3-1 fe-"7T 



^FINANCE COMMITTEE r , . _.. 

City Librarian 
Wednesday, March 16, 1977 Room 228 

Present: Supervisors Sircfe^g^latsi:, Molinari, i 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Resolution establishing interest rate of 6% on rap loans; late 
payment penalties; and charges for production of statement of 
unpaid balance. File 504-76-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution authorizing the Director of Health Care Services of 
the City and County of San Francisco to apply for and accept funds 
for a Demonstration Public Inebriate Project from the State Office 
of Alcoholism. File 99-77-1 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

3. Resolution authorizing the District Attorney to apply for and 
accept funds from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration 
for project entitled "Career Criminal Program." File 153-77-1 

ACTION: Amended in Committee. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 
See file for details 

4. Resolution authorizing the District Atcorney to apply for and 
accept funds from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration 
for project entitled "Corruption Control Unit." File 153-77-2 

ACTION: Amended in Committee. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 
See file for details 

5. Resolution authorizing the Superior Court of the City and County 
of San Francisco to apply for and accept funds from the Office 

of Criminal Justice Planning an augmentation and extension of the 
project entitled "San Francisco Criminal Justice Information 
System", A1444-3-75. File 152-77-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO MARCH -23, 1977 

6. Resolution authorizing extension of sublease of real property with 
San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, as sublessor, of space at 

939 Ellis St. for Mayor's Office of Community Development. 
File 64-77-9 (Controller No. 354) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Resolution authorizing amendment and extension of lease of real 
property with Orpheum Building Comp;:ny, as lessor, of space at 
1182 Marke't St. for Mayor's Criminal Justice Council. 

File 64-77-10 (Controller No. RO 361) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Kenneth W. Larson for the sum of $25,000 for Open Space Program 

for expansion of Mission Playground. File 84-77-6 (Cntrlr No. RO 360) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution accepting gifts for use by Recreation and Park Department 
from Holland Bulb Co.. of various bulbs for planting at Strybing 
Arboretum, valued at-^50, and from Ikebana International of land- 
scaping in Golden Gate Park near Haight and Stanyan Streets, valued 
at $5,000. File $8-77-8 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



10. Resolution accepting gifts from the San Francisco Garden Club, a 
labelling machine valued at $1,700; from Mr. Thomas King, 60 yards 
of infield mix valued at $800; from the City of Assisi, Italy, a 
4-1/2 ft. marble bird bath, valued between $500 and $750. 

File 38-77-9 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Requesting waiver of Statute of Limitations with respect to 
payment of Controller's Warrant issued to Jeremiah Connolly. 
File 23-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Authorizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiffs against 
the City and County. File 45-77-5 (Controller No. RO 358) 

Superior Court 

No. Plaintiff Settlement 

682 731 Lena D'Amico $4,750. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



13. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against various defendants. File 49-77-4 

Name . Amount 

Albert J. Schmadeke, Sr. $9,000 

Lee Quock Suey and 

George Ming Lee 916.66 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Application of Sis teen Shop, Inc. for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County. File 50-77-7 

ACTION: DENIED. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 

15. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 45-76-6 (Controller Nos . RO 368, 
370, 369, 367, 371, 364, 372) 

Municipal Court 

No. Plaintiff Amount 

68622 7 Laurie Bing Gee $ 300 

734998 Patricia Ann Lee 800 

Superior Court 
No. 

663186 Frank Arellano 7,500 

675354 Monica Brock 4,250 

685053 James E. Colton 250 

668360 John Joseph Gabara and ^ 

Marie Gabara «000 

686761 Anne A. Geraghty 5,000 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



16. Application of Elsie Parks for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County. File 50-77-4 

ACTION: DENIED. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 

17. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 45-77-3 (Controller Nos . Ro 334, 
327, 325, 326, 324, 322) 



Superior 


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No. 




Plaintiff 


Settlement 


679425 




Regina Epsteyn 


$ 2,000 


673053 




Bessie Jones, et al 


500 


681423 




Michael Krieg 


24,000 


675418 




Gladys Moffitt 
Eugene Morris and 


6,000 






Douglas Morris 


500 


U. S. District 






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C 76-376-SW Jos. Green and Ann Wynne 500 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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C ALENDAR 

City Librarian MEETING OF 

Ceau-yyicyt^, Finance committee 

la/, 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of__San Francisco 

Wednesday,^ March 30, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

Coronittec Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $2,000, Juvenile Couit; for maintenance and 
repair of cars, Probation Office; $6,910.76 for real estate taxes 
and materials and supplies, Log Cabin Ranch School; and $500 for 
maintenance and repair of City cars, Hidden Valley Ranch School, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306; rescinding $9,410.76 from 
Maintenance of Minors appropriation, Probation Office, Juvenile 
Court. File 101-76-145. (Controller, RO 381) 

(This item is subject of previous budgetary denial.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Ordinance rescinding $83,500, Art Commission, from Capital Improve- 
ment - Acquisition and Renovation of 455 Valencia Street, and 

-„.-.. 1 «D1 inn J-- M_,'_U1 1 ] A„»-„ 3 n ti «__ • 



m 

eturning $83,500 to Neighborhood Arts and Supporting 
appropriation'. File 101-76-146. (Controller, RO 382) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO APRIL 6, 1977 



3. Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code by adding 
Section 6.19-1 thereto, authorizing the charging of a non-refundable 
fee for bidding documents and that such fees collected be deposited 
to credit of appropriation against which the cost of reproducing 
said bidding documents was charged. File 173-77. (Public Works) 

ACTION: AMENDED; RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. Amended as follows: 

Line 16, delete "to the credit of" and substitute "as an 
abatement of the expenditure of." 

4. Ordinance amending the Ssn Francisco Administrative Code by adding 
Section 8.26 thereto, relating to establishment of a fee for 
inspection of Civil Service examination papers. File 171-77. (Civil 
Service) 

AMENDED. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. Amended as follows: Delete 
ACTION: last sentence: "Such fees received by the Civil Service 

Commission shall be deposited with the Treasurer in the Civil 
Service Cmsn Examination Research and Development Fund, etc." 

5. Resolution approving lease contract GS-09B-60353 between the City 
and County and the U. S. General Services Administration for use by 
the Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration. 

File 27-77-1. (Airports Commission) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Resolution approving lease of space at S.F. International Airport 
to the United States of America for Runway 10L for Visual Approach 
Slope Indicator System. File 27-77-2. (Airports Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Assistant Chief Attorney I, City Attorney's Office. File 31-77-22. 
(City Attorney) (Cont. RO 384) 

/.rr-mM. RECOMMENDED. 



8. Resolution rescinding Resolution No. 282-76 which accepted gift 
of $2,038 from Forum Project West. File 38-77-5. (Criminal 
Justice Council) 

(Continued from 3/23/77.) 

(Department requests that this item be tabled.) 

ACTION: TABLED 

9. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Briggs, Andrew, 
Pope & Co., as lessors, for space at 950 Stockton Street (Mandarin 
Towers) for use by Police Department, Citizens' Safety Project. 
File 64-77-11. (Real Estate) (Cont. RO 336) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing amendment to lease of real property with 
San Francisco City Employees Credit Union, as lessor, for space at 

770 Golden Gate Avenue for use by the Retirement System. File 64-77-12. 
(Real Estate) (Cont. RO 388) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting) 

11. Resolution authorizing the Director of Health Care Services to enter 
into contract with the State Office of Alcoholism for Management 
Information System in the Bureau of Alcoholism. File 94-77-5. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution confirming acceptance of Grant Offer C-06-1102- 010, 
including Amendments 1 and 2 thereto, as funding for the Facilities 
Planning Project. File 164-77-1. (Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution confirming acceptance of Grant Offer C-06-1289-011 as. 
funding for the Facilities Planning Work on the Southwest Water 
Pollution Control Plant. File 164-77-2. (Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution confirming acceptance of Grant Offer C-06-1399-010 as 
funding for the Bayside Facilities planning. File 164-77-3. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Resolution confirming acceptance of Grant Offer C-06-1099- 020 as 
funding for the interim improvement for the Southeast Water Pollution 
Control Plant Expansion. File i64-77-4. (Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Communication from Morrison & Foerster, requesting refund of 
personal property taxes for the years 1974-75 and 1975-76. paid by 
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company. File 166-77. 

(Assessor recommends denipl of claim.) 

ACTION- DENIED. Legislation prepared in and reported out of Committee, 
RECOMMENDED. 



17. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Willie R. Drown 

and Barbara Brown against the City and County by payment of $17,500. 
File 45-77-8. (City Attorney) (Cont. R0 387) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



18. 



Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claim of John 
Burke and Mary H. Olson against the City and County of San Francisco 
by payment of $848.50. File 48-77-5. (City Attorney) (Cont. RO 385) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Application of James E. Williams for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County. File 50-77-5. 

(Continued from 3/23/77.) 

ACTION: DENIED. 

CALLED FROM TABLE: 

Resolution urging that the Board of Supervisors approve no 
legislation under which the total anticipated net expenditures 
of all City and County departments, including SFUSD and SF 
Community College District, shall exceed the amount of one 
billion dollars ($1,000,000,000). (Kopp) File 100-77-4 

ACTION: To be calendared for meeting of April 6, 1977 



City and County of San Francisco 
\pril 6, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 P. M. 

upervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

Commii-cet Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $4,084,762, for Water Quality Improvement 
Trust Fund; $2,698,250 for Southwest Water Pollution Control 
Plant Facility Planning, Federal, State and Local shares, Grant 
No. C-06-1289"; and $3,316,375 for Areawide and Bayside Facility 
Planning, Federal, State and Local Shares, Grant Nos . C-06-1102 
and C-06-1399; rescinding $1,119,000 from Richmond-Sunset Water 
Pollution Control Plant Alteration and Improvements appropriation, 
Bureau of Sanitary Engineering, Public Works. File l0'l-76-143. 
(Controller No. RO 378) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Ltr to Controllerrequesting $2,584,762 plus 

$95,680 be held in reserve. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $4,094,400 for Water Quality Improvement 
Trust Fund; $78,138,525 for Channel Outfalls Consolidation, Federal, 
State and Local Shares, Grant No. C-06-1248; $23,249,025 for North 
Shore Outfalls Consolidation, Grant No. C-06-1254; $17,913,000 for 
Islais Creek Outfalls Consolidation, Grant No. C-06-1251; 
$1,332,450 for interim improvements, Grant Nos. C-06-1098 and 
C-06-1099; rescinding $3,010,989 from North Point Sewage Pumping 
Station Alterations and Improvements, Bureau of Sanitary Engineer- 
ing, Public Works. File 101-76-144 (Controller No. RO 380) 

Amended. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. See file for details. 
ACTION: Ltr to Controller stating amounts to be held in reserve. 

3. Ordinance rescinding $83,500, Art Commission, from Capital Improve- 
rent-Acquisition and Renovation of 455 Valencia Street, and return- 
ing $83,500 to Neighborhood Arts and Supporting Services appropria- 
tion. File 101-76-146 

(Continued from March 30, 1977) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $3,385 for permanent salaries and rescinding 
$3,385 for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits 
for the reclassification of 1 position, Department of Public Works, 
General Office. File 101-76-127 (Controller No. RO 329) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public 
Works, reflecting reclassification of one position; a companion 
measure to File 101-76-127. File 102-76-58 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $2,666, Board of Supervisors, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of one position; rescinding $2,381 
from permanent salaries, Administration, and $285 from contractual 
services appropriation, Employee Relations Division, Board of 
Supervisors. File 101-76-148. (Controller No. RO 383) 

• I 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, reflecting 
the reclassification of one position, Board of Supervisors; a 
companion measure to File 101-76-148. File 102-76-90 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by deleting Section 
3.17 and amending Sections 3.07, 3.2 and 3.4 relating to dates 

for submission of budget estimates, Annual Appropriation Ordinance 
and Administrative Provisions of Annual Salary Ordinance. 
File 179-77 

ACTION: AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE PRESENTED IN COMMITTEE. 



9. Ordinance appropriating $2,738.08, Sheriff's Department, for 
payment of property tax due to San Mateo County on Jail Nos . 
2 and 4; an emergency measure. File 101-76-153 (Controller No. 
RO 395) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $12,500, District Attorney, for special 
prosecution expenses; an emergency measure. File 101-76-154 
(Controller No. RO 399) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance appropriating $6,200, Parking Authority, for traffic 
congestion relief. File 101-76-140 (Controller No. RO 377) 

ACTION- AMENDED BY REDUCING $6,200 to $3,170. RECOMMENDED AS 
AMENDED 

12. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Retire- 
ment System, reflecting establishment of one new classification 
and allocation of one position. File 102-76-89 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 4/13/77 

13. Requesting extension of time to March 11, 1977 for awarding 
Department of Public Works contract on Security Patient Care 
Unit, San Francisco Medical Center, Spec. No. 3856. File 61-77-1 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

14. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property with 
Del Monte Corporation, as lessor, for space at 250 - 4th Street 
for use by Department of Public Health as a venereal disease 
clinic. File 64-77-13 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution approving addendum #1 to 1977 Community Development 
Program, authorizing use of contingency funds for a Crime Prevention 
Program. File 79-77-3 

ACTION: AMENDED AS FOLLOWS: Line 11, after "area" add "Chinatown 
and Visitacion Valley". To be put before Cmte at Budget time. 

16. Resolution providing for a $3,000 revolving fund from Federal 
funds in the 1977 Community Development Program to cover advance 
relocation payments in the Rehabilitation Assistance Program 
(RAP) File 143-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing Commission on Aging to enter into contract 
with Bayview-Hunters ' Point Non-profit Community Development Corpora- 
tion to provide direct services to senior citizens in San Francisco. 
File 130-77-5 AMENDED AS FOLLOWS: Add "Further Resolvdd that no 
funds shall be disbursed under the contract herein approved until the 
rurns s p?^ n °| committee of the B7S shall have f irst K £eyiewed and apprm 
ACTION: ei j terms and conditions , the contractor proposes for purchase and 

lfl siBffifiro? 1 li^5£pj§5i|fe]?F e \ ti§ica r; ot t prKp ° se sug ~ 

18. Resolution authorizing Chief or Police to apply for and accept 
discretionary funds from LEAA for project entitled "Property 
Crime Prevention Project". File 158-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds from 
Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project "Mayor's Criminal 
Justice Council Evaluation Grant". File 68-77-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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and accept funds 
or project "Youth 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Resolution authorizing the Motrin*- *« 

accept from Office of Criminal !, h S? ney t0 ^P 1 ^ for and 

project "Consumer Protection -rn? 1 " Plan ; nin ? f unds for 

protection Complaint Mobile v ." File 153-77-3 

ACTION: recommended 

^^SdrgS^offic? 1 of C ? Pal , C °V rt t0 ■*** f - — 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

project "Court Security^un^tronT^te^" 6 M!-^ 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

?und°s 1U from ^he'Slf^f^S^ ^ S appl * f ° r and a "^ 
"Project Child Abuse "FUelS2 -77- 'I 1 " Flannin g f °r project 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

" " S^'ScS^^^Jf'i' f"^ 1 " Department to apply 

for project "San ?rancLco Pre-lrJa? n ? Cri ? inal Jus "ce Planning 
File 183-77-1 ^re-Trial Diversion Project." 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Resolution authorizing the Cornnpr t-« a „~i c 

from the Office of Criminal i,kH S 1 apP J ly f ? r and a "ept funds 

fro„ 0l t ne ™f I L t e°„ I 1rL^\ / ^ 1 ^:^ W-and accept funds 
de las Madras' ChiuSSTk^S "iJelle^-f ^" " La ^ 
ACTION: Budget to be reduced by $73. to $34,370. RECOMMENDED. 

Resolution authoriz in? fh<=> Qdoriff *-„ i ^ 

fro„ tbe Office of Crgina'l SS ce SLSjj "Insti utional *""" 

Transportation Project." File 185-77-1 institutional 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

legts.atjrunder SfeV ene^tal^t&TrT 8 ^™ "» 

of all City and County departj.en s i'nc Ed ne S^SP^d"^' 1 '? 

Cisco Community College District Jhii i . j l D and San Fr an- 

billion dollar^ ($1.0§0,Oo"oOO). (^^^100^4 ° f ° ne 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance authorizing settlement of liMc^n™ e 

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680 12 ° William Maxwell $ 25^000 

Municipal Court 
No. 

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ACTION: Legislation prepared in and reported out of Committee 

RECOMMENDED. ce ' 



7. AS MEETING OF 

ig^ FINANCE COMMITTEE 

[ • hT .. Hfln Board o£ Supervisors 

.lDranan city and CounCy of San Francisco 

April 13, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

<*■ 

5-77 Committee Clerk: Florence White 

, 1. Ordinance appropriating $45,490, Public Health, CMHS , for permanent 
salaries, operation, fixed charges and equipment; rescinding 
$19,413 from various salary appropriations. File 101-76-155 
(Controller No. RO 291) 

Amended by deleting Med. Serv. & Care - $7,706; reducing 
ACTION: Equipmentto $1,665; reducing Compensation Reserve to 
$17,85 7. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

2. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, reflecting 
the restoration of 7 positions deleted in error in the 1975-77 
budget, the abolishment of 7 positions and the classification of 

4 new positions, Department of Public Health; a companion measure 
to File 101-76-155. File 102-76-95 (CSC 108) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $268,000, Fire Department, for permanent 
salaries, temporary salaries - differential pay and related 
mandatorv fringe benefits; an emergency measure. File 101-76-157 
(Controller No. RO 401) 

ACTION- Amended by deleting Permanent Salaries - $36,267; and 

Mandatory Fringe Benefits - $107,606." 'RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED, 

4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, reflecting 
the establishment of one new classification and the allocation of 
one position thereto, Retirement System.' File 102-76-89 

(Continued from April 6, 1977) 

ACTION- FILED. TO BE RECALENDARED AT REQUEST OF CIVIL SERVICE 
COMMISSION. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $115,248 for permanent salaries and 
rescinding $115,248 from permanent salaries for the reclassification 
of 48 positions, San Francisco General Hospital and Laguna Honda 
Hospital, Department of Public Health. File 101-76-151. (Controller 
No. RO 394) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, reflecting 
reclassification and retitling of 47 positions and the establishment 
of two new classifications, Department of Public Health, SFGH and 

i Laguna Honda Hospital; a companion measure to File 101-76-151. 

File 102-76-82 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $4,173, Public Health, SFGH, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of one position; rescinding $2,374 
from permanent salaries appropriation. File 10i-76-152. (Controller 
No. RO 398) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public 
Health, SFGH, reflecting restoration of one position and abolish- 
ment of one position; a companion measure to File 101-76-152 
File 102-76-94 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



finance committee - 2 - April 16, 1977 

9. Ordinance appropriating $7,500, Recreation and Park, for prepara- 
tion of Environmental Impact Report relative to installation of 
proposed gift of a Chinese Pavilion and improvements in Golden 
Gate Park. File 101-76-150 (Controller No. RO 396) 



10, 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Ordinance appropriating $13,333 for City match to Muni Security 
Program and rescinding $13,333 from permanent salaries - uniform 
force appropriation, Police Department. File 101-76-149. 
(Controller No. RO 394) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution authorizing the General Manager of Public Utilities 
to execute documents and take other necessary actions to obtain 
and expend transit aid funds as provided by Chapter 1400, Statutes 
of 1971 as amended by Chapter 1408, Statutes of 1972, of the 
State of California. File 194-77-1 

ACTION: Amended bv deleting the word "expend" on lines 3 and 23. 
RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

12. Resolution approving immediate filling of the vacated position of 
Public Administrator-Public Guardian, Department of Finance and 
Records. File 31-77-23 (Controller No. R0 366) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO MAY 4, 1977 

13. Resolution accepting gifts from La Casa de las Madres-Children' s 
Program of $1,166 for use by the Department of Social Services 

to provide cash match for 1977-78 Federal funds, and $556 for use 
by the Department of Social Services to provide cash match for 
1976-77 Federal funds, to provide 24-hour crisis line, emergency 
rescue shelter and community support group for child abuse 
victims. File 38-77-11 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution extending the authorization of the Chief Administrative 
Officer as granted in Resolution No. 378-76 to release certain 
accrued hotel tax funds for final working drawings and specificat- 
tions for purpose of facilitating the construction of low-income 
housing for the elderly in the Yerba Buena Center approved Redevelo- 
ment Project Area. File 91-77-2 

Amended as follows: Line 18, delete "(c)" and substitute 
ACTION: "(e)". RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

15. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Eddie L. Miles 
against the City and County by payment of $1,250. File 45-77-9 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim o". the City and County 
against David H. Lewis and Burton H. Ward by the acceptance of the 
sum of $760. File 49-77-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Application of G. Haberman and A. Shaffer for leave to present 
a late claim against the City and County of San Francisco. 
File 50-77-6 

ACTION- DENIED. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE ^ CU ^>U^U^ 
Board of' Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday,^ April 20, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 1-30 P. M. 
Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $2,000 for overtime and rescinding 
$2,000 from contractual services appropriation, Employee 
Relations Division, Beard of Supervisors; an emergency 
measure. File 101-76-159 (Controller No. RO 411) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, receive and 
expend $231,073 in Federal funds for security guards for 
San Francisco public housing. File 68-77-8 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Resolution authorizing and approving an operating agreement 
and lease of the fourth floors and connecting corridor in 
Buildings 30 and 40 at San Francisco General Hospital with 
the J. David Gladstone Foundation. File 65-77-1 

ACTION: Amended as follows: Line 20, page 2, delete "cost of 
livingindex"; substitute "cost to City (San Francisco 
General Hospital)". RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

ADDENDUM: 

4. Ordinance appropriating $5,000 for grant local match and 

rescinding $5,000 from Criminal Justice Council appropriation, 
Mayor's Office. File 101-76-163 (Controller No". RO 421) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



CALENDAR 



Dccu-mtnT^ 



MEETING OF PublTTTibrc 

JOINT FINANCE AND HEALTH AND ENVIRC civic Center 

Board of Supervisors f " San Francisco, CA 9410° 
City and County of San Fraimatu 

Wednesday, May 4, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinstein, Molinari, Tamaras, 
von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White. 

1. Ordinance amending Article 4.2, Chapter X, Part II, San Francisco 
Municipal Code (Public Works Code) by amending Sections 141 through 
149, inclusive; and adding Sections 140 and 150; and repealing 
Sections 144.1 through 144.8 inclusive; establishing procedures 

for setting sewerage charges and industrial cost recovery charges; 
providing for billing and collection; establishing revenue funds; 
providing for disposal of surplus funds. File 537-76. (Feinstein) 

ACTION: 

2. Ordinance amending and repealing various sections, Public Works 
Code, establishing procedures for regulating and implementing 
industrial waste source control program; authorizing Director 
of Public Works to adopt concentrations of constituents in 
discharger's waste and continuing an Industrial Waste Review 
Board for hearing and deciding appeals from actions of Director 
of Public Works. File 537-76-1 (Feinstein) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance amending Sections 150.1 through 150.12, Public Works 
Code, pertaining to lien for unpaid water service, sewer service 
charges and industrial cost recovery charges. File 537-76-2 
(Feinstein) 

ACTION: 

4. Resolution adopting and imposing schedules of sewer service 
charges to be paid by users pursuant to Part II, Chapter X, 
Article 4.2, of the San Francisco Municipal Code (Public Works 
Code). File 219-76-1 



ACTION: 









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" MEETING OF 
^ FINANCE COMMITTEE ^obJS'i 

Board o£rSupervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 4, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
19A.19 relating to fees charged for use of Emergency Medical 
Service Communications Center. File 489-76-1 

ACTION: 

2. Ordinance appropriating $110,136, various departments, for 
retroactive salaries to reflect adjustment of salary schedules, 
effective July 1, 1975, for classes in Transportation Promotive 
Series, according to Salary Standardization Ordinance, 1975-76, 
providing for increase that represents and is closest to percentage 
increase granted under Section 8.404 for fiscal year 1975-76, 
including as a dollar increase the dollar value to each coach and 
bus operator of vacation, retirement and health service benefits 
paid into fund established for such coach and bus operators. 

File 101-75-224 (Controller No. RO 403) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 
departments, reflecting an adjustment of salary schedules, 
effective 7/1/75, for classes in the Transportation Promotive 
Series; a companion measure to File 101-75-224. File 102-75-91 
(CSC No. 101) 

ACTION: 

4. Ordinance appropriating $205,555, various departments, for permanent 
salaries, overtime, holiday pay and related mandatory fringe 
benefits, reflecting adjustment of salary schedule, effective 

July 1, 1976 for classes in Transportation Promotive Services, 
providing for increase that represents and is closest to the 
percentage increase granted under Section 8.404 for fiscal year 
1976-77, including as a dollar increase the dollar value to each 
coach and bus operator of the vacation, retirement and health 
service benefits paid into a fund established for such coach and 
bus operators. File 101-76-156 (Controller No. RO 402) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance amending Annual Sslary Ordinance, 1976-77, various 
departments, reflecting adjustment of salary schedule, effective 
July 1, 1976 for classes in Transportation Promotive Series, 
providing increase that represents and is closest to percentage 
increase granted under Section 8.404 for fiscal year 1976-77, 
including as a dollar increase the dollar value to each coach and 
bus operator of the vacation, retirement and health service benefits 
paid into a fund established for such coach and bus operators in 
accordance with provisions of Section 8.404 of the Charter; a 
companion measure to File 101-76-156. File 102-76-56 fCSC No. 31) 



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6. Ordinance appropriating $8,279, Public Health, SFGH, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of one position; rescinding $8,279 
from permanent salaries and contractual services appropriation. 
File 101-76-158 (Controller No. RO 400) 

ACTION: 

7. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public 
Health, reflecting establishment of one new classification and 
reclassification of one position thereto; a companion measure 
to File 101-76-158. File 102-76-92 (CSC No. 104) 

ACTION: 

8. Ordinance authorizing the Controller and Public Administrator 

to account as loss the sum of $107 and authorizing Controller to 
draw warrant for reimbursement. File 203-77 

ACTION: 

9. Ordinance authorizing the compromise and settlement of certain 
Tax Collector's deficiency determinations under Payroll Expense 
Tax Ordinance, arising from disputes as to whether or not licensed 
Real Estate salesmen are "employees", and repealing Ordinance 

No. 104-77. File 267-76-4.1 

ACTION: 

10. Ordinance appropriating $30,000, Department of Electricity, for 
printed circuit cards and replacement components; an emergency 
measure. File 101-76-166 (Controller No. RO 428) 

(Subject of previous budgetary denial) 
ACTION: 

11. Ordinance appropriating $11,000, Sheriff's Department, to relocate 
hand gun storage facility at County Jail No. 1, Hall of Justice; 
an emergency measure. File 101-76-167 (Controller No. RO 415) 

ACTION: 

12. Ordinance appropriating $7,000, Sheriff's Department, for temporary 
salaries; an emergency measure. File 101-76-168 (Controller RO 427) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance appropriating $282,315, Registrar of Voters, for overtime 
temporary salaries, election workers, contractual services, use 

of employees' cars, fixed charges and services of other departments; 
an emergency measure. File 101-76-169 (Controller No. RO 441) 

ACTION: 

14. Ordinance appropriating $26,287, District Attorney's office, for 
contractual services, maintenance and repair of auto equipment, 
materials and supplies, library and reference books and services 
of other departments; an emergency measure. File 101-76-170 
(Controller No. RO 439) 

(Subject of previous budgetary denial) 
ACTION: 

15. Ordinance appropriating $247,100, Police Department, uniformed 
force, expansion of street patrol activities; rescinding $247,100, 
Police Department, uniformed force, permanent salaries and extra 
duty. File 101-76-171 (Controller No. RO 437) 

ACTION: 



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16. Ordinance amending Section 16.6-17.1, of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code relating to Public Library membership by 
adding a certain organization thereto. File 26-77-2 

ACTION: 

17. Resolution accepting gift from Decorative Plant Rentals, Inc., 
of 25 Indian Laurel trees, valued at $625, for use by Department 
of Public Works for planting in sidewalk and street landscaped 
area. File 38-77-12 

ACTION: 

18. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors of floor, wall 
and window coverings, and various furniture and accessories, 
valued at approxintfrely $16,344, to refurbish the Mayor's Office. 
File 38-77-13 

ACTION: 

19. Resolution approving lease for space at San Francisco International 
Airport to United States of America for runway and identification 
lighting system for runway 01RIGHT. File 27-77-3 

ACTION: 

20. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 870 Market St., 
Room 984, San Francisco, for use by the Delinquency Prevention 
Commission. File 64-77-14 

ACTION: 

21. Resolution approving Addendum No. 2 to 1977 Community Development 
Program, authorizing transfer of $5,628 from RAP funds reserved 
for Tenderloin and Hayes Valley to cover costs assocfaied with 
planning activities. File 79-77-4 

ACTION: 

22. Resolution approving Addendum No. 13 to the 1975 Community 
Development Program, authorizing the use of contingency funds to 
supplement prior allocations for the rehabilitation of public 
facilities. File 253-75-17 

ACTION: 

23. Resolution authorizing the Tax Collector to establish a revolving 
fund out of which underpayments of $1.00 or less may be paid, and 
to which overpayments of $1.00 or less may be credited. 

File 208-77-1 

ACTION: 

24. Resolution approving immediate filling of the vacated position of 
Public Administrator-Public Guardian, Department of Finance and 
Records. File 31-77-23 (Controller No. RO 366) 

ACTION: 

25. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept "urgent 
need" funds from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban 
Development for community development services. File 68-77-7 

ACTION: 

26. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against Ada Gremillion by accepting the sum of $1,473.64. 

File 49-77-6 

ACTION: 



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27. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-10 

Superior Court 

No. Plaintiff Settlement 

630 771 Lola Colauro $ 2,500 

675 557 Robert E. Lee 12,500 

663 979 Wanda C. Maurer 1,000 

709 709 Munkdale Bros., Inc. 8,505.42 

675 104 Dook G. Wong 500 

Municipal Court 

No. 

842 140 William Day 1,108.71 

ACTION: 

28. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-4 

Superior Court 

No, Plaintiff Settlement 

680120 Tzola Vietta Couther T~9lT0 

667766 Robert Selivanow 500 

ACTION: 



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■^BUDGET STATEMENT OF 
SUPERVISOR JOHN J. BARBAGELATA 
ON BEHALF OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 

The Finance Committee, Supervisors Molinari, von Beroldingen 
and the undersigned, herein present to the Board its recommended 
City and County Budget for the fiscal year 1977-78. 

Initially, the Committee commends and thanks Controller 
John Farrell, his budget assistants Bill 0' Sullivan and David 
Fong, The Mayor's Executive Deputy for Program and Fiscal 
Administration, Rudolf Nothenberg, his Budget Assistants Ray 
Sullivan and George Millburn, and their staffs for their valued 
assistance and cooperation. Further, the Committee commends and 
thanks the Board's Bureau of the Budget for tbeir efforts. All of 
these persons expended long hours to guide the Committee in its 
recommendations . 

With the exception of the proposed new Citizen's Complaint 
Office in the Police Department, staffing for the District 
Attorney's Office, and the $1 million funding for the Performing 
Ants Center, Supervisors Molinari, von Beroldingen and I submit 
the Finance Committee recommendations to the Board with unanimity. 

The budget data of the School District and the Community 
College District are not included below because these budgets, 
by law, are not subject to either review or action by the Board. 

COMPARATIVE BUDGET DATA 

1976-77 ' Budget $768.6 million 

1977-78 Mayor's Recommended Budget $854.8 million* 

1977-78 Finance Committee's Recommended 

Reduction of Mayor's Budget $ 34.8 million** 

1977-78 Finance Committee's Recommended 

Budget $820.0 million 

*Includes Mayor's Clerical Errors of $2.7 million. 

**Includes approximately $19. 4 million of salary 
and fringe benefit savings, $15.9 million of 
which was included in the Mayor's budget as a 
revenue item in lieu of as a reduction in 
expenditures. Therefore the net effect of 
the Committee's recommended reductions is 
$18.9 million. 



The Committee believes that in recommending reductions in 
the Mayor's proposed budget of $854.8 million, they are 
presenting a budget that is both equitable to San Francisco 
taxpayers as well as to the City and County departments. 

SALARY SAVINGS 

The Committee has recommended an additional $3,447,688 
over the Mayor's estimates to be included in the budget as 
estimated salary savings and related mandatory fringe benefit 
savings. Further, for the first time, the Committee has 
recommended that such savings be reflected on the expenditure 
side of the budget rather than on the revenue side as proposed 
by the Mayor. By doing this, the Committee discloses the 
correct total expenditure budget of the City and County in 
addition to effecting a budget reduction of $19,384,694, of 
which $15,937,006 will not, however, affect the tax rate. 

VEHICLES 

For the first time, vehicles to be financed by ad valorem 
departments have been included in a separate budget index by 
the Mayor. The Mayor has recommended the approval of 91 vehicles 
for various departments and the Committee has recommended approval 
of 90 of these vehicles. Such vehicles are to be used by City per- 
sonnel whose primary responsibilities are to be continuously in 
the field such as Building Inspection personnel. Subsequent to 
concern expressed by the Finance Committee as to which departments 
were to be allocated the vehicles, the Mayor transmitted a proposed 
vehicle allocation of 20 of the vehicles. The Committee's recommended 
approval of the remaining 70 vehicles is contingent upon appropriate 
legislation authorizing the City Purchaser to assign these vehicles 
to specific City departments. The approval of 90 vehicles at one 

time initiates a policy of replacing those high use City-owned vehicles 
which have experienced excessive maintenance and repair costs. 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

The Mayor approved 62 new positions for the District 
Attorney's Office including 34 new positions for the Family 
Support Bureau. The Committee, recognizing that the Family 
Support Bureau has been operating in a self-sustaining manner, 

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has recommended approval of 14 of the 34 requested Family 
Support Bureau positions. With regard to the request for the 
28 other positions including 14 attorneys, 5 administrative, and 
9 clerical positions, the Committee has recommended approval of 5 
attorneys and 5 administrative positions. The Committee dis- 
approved the 9 clerical positions since 17 CETA clerical 
personnel have been recommended by the Mayor to assist the 
District Attorney. Supervisor von Beroldingen has dissented 
in the Committee's recommendations believing that the staff of 
the District Attorney should be further increased beyond the in- 
creases recommended by the Finance Committee. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

The budget as recommended by the Committee and concurred in 

by the Fire Chief will result in a substantially increased level 
of fire protection service in 1977-78. The present daily manning 

level of 345 officers and firefighters on duty will be raised 
to 370 by next spring. Despite the significant increase in 
fire protection services, the Committee was able to effect a 
$1,800,000 reduction in the Fire Department's budget. The Com- 
mittee has recommended approval of 3 new Inspectors and 1 new 
Investigator to strengthen the Bureau of Fire Prevention and Public 
Safety. The Committee also noted that the fireboat is to be 
financed approximately 50% by the Fire Department and only 50% 
by the Port While this has the effect of reducing the ad 
valorem tax support for the Port, conversely it increases the 
ad valorem taxes needed to finance the Fire Department s budget. 



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POLICE DEPARTMENT 

The Committee has recommended the approval of 23 new 
civilian personnel for the Police Department. The new 
civilian personnel include 1 new Fingerprint Classifier and 
1 new Assistant Criminalist to strengthen the Crime Lab- 
oratory. The purpose of 20 of these new civilian personnel 
is to enable non-uniformed related duties, now being performed 
by uniformed personnel, to be performed by civilian personnel 
in order to free uniformed personnel for police protection 
activities. The Committee deleted 5 new Senior Clerk Typist 
positions, 1 new Payroll Supervisor, 3 new Photographers, 
and 6 Clerk Typists. While the Committee concurs with the 
need for these personnel in order to release uniformed person- 
nel for police protection services, the Committee recommends 
that less costly Federally funded CETA personnel be used by 
the Department in lieu of the requested ad valorem positions. 

The Committee notes that it has been instrumental in the 
current fiscal year in the authorization of 200 additional 
uniformed positions and 200 additional civilian positions 
through the use of Community Development, CETA, Public Works 
Title II and City funds. 

Supervisors Molinari and von Beroldingen' s recommendations 
of new civilian positions included approval of 8 new civilian 
Internal Affairs Investigators and one new position of Assistant 
Director, Internal Affairs Bureau. These 9 civilian positions 
would supplement an additional 10 uniformed personnel in the 
Internal Affairs Bureau which has the responsibility for 
investigating complaints against Police Officers. The ap- 
proval of these 9 civilian personnel would release 1 Lieutenant 
and 8 Sergeants for Police protection activities. Chairman 
Barbagelata has dissented in this recommendation. 



MUNICIPAL RAILWAY 

The Committee has recommended a cut in platform wages 
in the amount of $2.0 million which will still enable the 
Department to meet 100% of its scheduled runs. In July 1976, the 
Committee concluded that the Municipal Railway maintenance 
operations were not being conducted in the most efficient, 
effective and economical manner. Therefore, the Committee 
awarded an outside consultant contract to Urban Transportation 
Development Corporation Ltd. (UTD) to study the maintenance 
operations. This Canadian firm, expert in the area of 
transportation, concluded in its study completed in December 
1976 that the maintenance performance of the Municipal Railway 
is extremely poor. The Finance Committee immediately recom- 
mended and the full Board of Supervisors concurred in adopting 
a resolution urging the Public Utilities Commission to retain 
UTD to assist the Municipal Railway in implementing the 
recommendations contained in UTD's report. While the Public 
Utilities Commission is moving to contract with UTD, the process 
has been a slow one. Therefore, to expedite the process, the 
Committee has urged the Commission to submit a supplemental 
appropriation request to finance the proposed contract. The Com- 
mittee has tentatively recommended approval of 58 new craft 
positions to work exclusively on maintaining the Municipal Rail- 
way, and further has tentatively recommended approval of a 
reorganization of administrative positions. However, the Com- 
mittee believes' that in order to significantly improve service 
to the users of the Municipal Railway, the proposed increased 
maintenance staff must be supplemented by the assistance of 
outside consulting expertise. Therefore, under the Committee's 
recommendations, with the exception of the first two months of 
salaries for 30 of the new maintenance positions, the expenditure 
of funds for all of these new positions is contingent upon a contract 



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award to UTD and upon UTD presenting its report and recom- 
mendations to the Committee concerning these positions. The 
Committee believes that only with outside expert advice can 
a valid judgment be made as to the need for the new positions. 

SHERIFF 

The Committee has recommended approval of 13 new positions 
including 6 Deputy Sheriffs, 1 Sheriff's Sergeant and 1 Sheriff's 
Lieutenant to man the City Prison. This request is in line with 
with the previous coverage of the City Prison when it was under 
the jurisdiction of the Police Department. Further, the Com- 
mittee has recommended approval of 3 Deputy Sheriffs and 1 
Sheriff's Sergeant for the security ward at the San Francisco 
Medical Center. 

SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL 

The Committee has recommended the approval of 134 net new 
positions for the Hospital and the transfer of 132 positions 
from the Community Mental Health Services, other divisions of 
the Health Department and from the Controller's EDP unit. Of 
the 134 new positions, 70 are in the Hospital's expanded 
phychiatric service, 28 replace Out-Patient staff formerly 
funded by a Federal grant and 36 positions are generally to 
improve the Hospital's administration and management. The 
positions were carefully analyzed and it is the Committee's 
belief that except for an approximately $400,000 increase in 
ad valorem taxes needed to support the psychiatric service and 
an additional expense* of about $225,000 for Out-Patient services, 
the addition of the other new positions will increase revenues 
by more than their cost. Also, the Committee required that the 
Hospital reduce its expenditures for existing staff salaries 
and fringe benefits by $399,100 to partially offset the costs 
of new positions. 



COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (CMHS ) 

The Committee recommended 165 net fewer positions for CMHS. 
Of this reduction, 89 positions were transferred to San Francisco 
General Hospital to partially staff Its psychiatric service. 
However, with regard to all positions in the CMHS budget, the 
Committee has recommended that salary amounts be reserved for 
the last 6 months pending Its review of the proposed re- 
organization of CMHS. 

PUBLIC DEFENDER 

Recognizing the significant workload of the Public 
Defender, the Committee has recommended approval of 4 new 
positions including 1 Chief Public Defender Investigator, 
1 Public Defender's Investigator and 2 Trial Attorneys. 

SOCIAL SERVICES 

The Committee has recommended approval of 15 new 
positions including 4 Senior Management Assistants. Further, 
the Committee has recommended approval of funds for 2 attorneys. 
In the current fiscal year, the firm of Robert B. Carleson & 
Associates, Inc. was retained by the Board of Supervisors to 
conduct a comprehensive study of the entire department. The 
consultant's report, which will comment on the Department's 
organization, will be calendared for a public hearing in the 
near future. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 

The Committee, recognizing that the library and reference 
book purchases have remained constant at $650,000 since fiscal 
year 1974-75, has recommended that this account be increased 
by $75,000 to $725,000. Further, recognizing that the Library 
has historically been troubled with thefts and losses of books, 
the Committee has recommended approval of a book detector unit 
and a circulation system totalling $249,535. 



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AMENDMENTS TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS OF THE ANNUAL 
APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE AND ANNUAL SALARY ORDINANCE 

Based on data furnished by the Controller and the Civil 
Service Commission, the Committee recommends amendments to 
the Annual Salary Ordinance in accordance with the Controller's 
recommendations for charges and deductions for meals, laundry 
and housing provided to City employees whose compensation is 
subject to the provisions of Section 8.400 of the Charter 
and in accordance with the Civil Service Commission's recom- 
mendation that the maximum rate for part-time services shall 
not exceed $312 per month for City employees whose compensa- 
tion is subject to the provision of Sections 8.400 and 8.401 
of the Charter. There are no recommendations to the Admin- 
istrative provisions of the Annual Appropriation Ordinance. 
In the absence of contrary directives from the Board, the 
Committee will proceed further as recommended therein. 

BOARD ACTION 

At the regular Board meeting of May 16, I will move that 
the budget, as amended by the Board in accordance with the 
Committee's recommendations, be adopted. 



JOHN J. BARBAGELATA 
Chairman, Finance Committee 



CI//. , ^OlWYsflA^C, 

CALENDAR i Public Library 

MEETING OF Civic Center 

JOINT FINANCE AND HEALTH AND ENVI'- " San Francisco, CA 94102 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 11, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinstein, Molinari, Tamaras , 
von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White. 

% 1. Ordinance amending Article 4.2, Chapter X, Part II, San Francisco 

Municipal Code (Public Works Code) by amending Sections 141 through 
149, inclusive; and adding Sections 140 and 150; and repealing 
Sections 144.1 through 144.8 inclusive; establishing procedures 
for setting sewerage charges and industrial cost recovery charges; 
providing for billing and collection; establishing revenue funds; 
providing for disposal of surplus funds. File 537-76. (Feinstein) 
(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

2. Ordinance amending and repealing various sections, Public Works 
Code, establishing procedures for regulating and implementing 
industrial waste source control program; authorizing Director 
of Public Works to adopt concentrations of constituents in 
discharger's waste and continuing an Industrial Waste Review 
Board for hearing and deciding appeals from actions of Director 
of Public Works. File 537-76-1 (Feinstein) 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance amending Sections 150.1 through 150.12, Public Works 
Code, pertaining to lien for unpaid water service, sewer service 
charges and industrial cost recovery charges. File 537-76-2 
(Feinstein) 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

4. Resolution adopting and imposing schedules of sewer service 
charges to be paid by users pursuant to Part II, Chapter X, 
Article 4.2, of the San Francisco Municipal Code (Public Works 
Code). File 219-76-1 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: DOCUMENTS 

MAY 1 I 



SW.J* DOCUMENTS 

rt t '-' CALENDAR 

MEETING OF MAY 1 f9/7 

-. FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Board o£r Supervisors 
City and County of"San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 11, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
19A.19 relating to fees charged for use ot Emergency Medical 
Service Communications Center. File 489-76-1 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

2. Ordinance appropriating $8,279, Public Health, SFGH, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of one position; rescinding $8,279 
from permanent salaries and contractual services appropriation. 
File 101-76-158 (Controller No. RO 400) 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public 
Health, reflecting establishment of one new classification and 
reclassification of one position thereto; a companion measure 
to File 101-76-158. File 102-76-92 (CSC No. 104) 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION- 

4. Ordinance appropriating $38,863, Department of Public Health, 
for uniforms for ambulance personnel, emergency medical services; 
an emergency measure. File 101-76-178 (Controller No. RO 446) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance appropriating $11,000, Sheriff's Department, to relocate 
hand gun storage facility at County Jail No. 1, Hall of Justice; 
an emergency measure. File 101-76-167 (Controller No. RO 415) 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION- 

6. Ordinance appropriating $7,000, Sheriff's Department, for temporary 
salaries; an emergency measure. File 101-76-168 (Controller RO 427) 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

7. Ordinance appropriating $30,000, Sheriff's Department, for special 
maintenance fund; an emergency measure. File 101-76-177. 
(Controller No. RO 444) 

ACTION: 

8. Ordinance appropriating $11,200, Sheriff, to provide additional 
overtime funds to complete fiscal year; an emergency measure. 
File 101-76-180 (Controller No. RO 448) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 2 - May 11, 1977 

9. Ordinance appropriating $3,993, Juvenile Court, to provide 
foodstuffs for Juvenile Court wards during June, 1977; an 
emergency measure. File 101-76-179 CController No. 44"?) 

ACTION: 

1 0. Ordinance appropriating $26,287, District Attorney's Office, for 
contractual services, maintenance and repair of auto equipment, 
materials and supplies, library and reference books and services 
of other departments; an emergency measure. File 101-76-170 
(Controller No. RO 439) 

CContinued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

11. Ordinance authorizing the Controller and Public Administrator 

to account as loss the sum of $107 and authorizing Controller to 
draw warrant for reimbursement. File 203-77 

ACTION: 

12. Ordinance authorizing the compromise and settlement of certain 
Tax Collector's deficiency determinations under Payroll Expense 
Tax Ordinance, arising from disputes as to whether or not licensed 
Real Estate salesmen are "employees", and repealing Ordinance 

No. 104-77. File 267-76-4.1 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 
ACTION: 

13. Ordinance appropriating $30,000, Department of Electricity, for 
printed circuit cards and replacement components; an emergency 
measure. File 101-76-166 (Controller No. RO 428) 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 
ACTION: 

14. Ordinance amending Section 16.6-17.1 of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code relating to Public Library membership by 
adding a certain organization thereto. File 26-77-2 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

15. Resolution accepting gift from Decorative Plant Rentals, Inc., 
of 25 Indian Laurel trees, vamed at $625, for use by Department 
of Public Works for planting in sidewalk and street landscaped 
area. File 38-77->2 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 
ACTION: 

16. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors of floor, wall 
and window coverings, and various furniture and accessories, 
valued at approximately $16,344, to refurbish the Mayor's Office. 
File 38-77-13 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 
ACTION: 

17 Resolution approving lease for space at San Francisco International 
Airport to United States of America for runway and identification 
lighting system for runway 01RIGHT. File 27-77-3 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 
ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 3 - May 11, 1977 

18. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 870 Market St., 
Room 984, San Francisco, for use by the Delinquency Prevention 
Commission. File 64-77-14 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

19. Resolution approving Addendum No. 2 to 1977 Community Development 
Program, authorizing transfer of $5,628 from RAP funds reserved 
for Tenderloin and Hayes Valley to cover costs associated with 
planning activities. File 79-77-4 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

20. Resolution approving Addendum No. 13 to the 1975 Community 
Development Program, authorizing the use of contingency funds to 
supplement prior allocations for the rehabilitation of public 
facilities. File 253-75-17 

(Continued f ro l 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

21. Resolution authorizing the Tax Collector to establish a revolving 
fund out of which underpayment of $1.00 or less may be paid, and 

to which overpayments of $1.00 or less may be credited. File 208-77-1 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 
ACTION: 

22. Resolution approving immediate filling of the vacated position of 
Public Administrator-Public Guardian, Department of Finance and 
Records. File 31-77-23 (Controller No. RO 366) 



(Continued from 5/4/77) 



ACTION: 



23. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept "urgent 
need" funds from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban 
Development for community development services. File 68-77-7 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

24. Ordinance authocizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 45-77-10 

Superior Court 

No. Plaintiff Settlement 

630 771 Lola Colatro $ 2,500 

675 557 Robert E. Lee 12,500 

663 979 Wanda C. Maurer 1,000 

709 709 Munkdale Bros., Inc. 8,505.42 

675 104 Dook G. Wong 500 

Municipal Court 

No. 

842 140 William Day 1,108.71 

(Continued from 5/4/77 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 4 - May 11, 1977 

25. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-4 

Superior Court 

No . Plaintiff Settlement 

680120 Izola Vietta Couther $ 900 

667766 Robert Selivanow 500 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 

ACTION: 

26. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against Ada Gremillion by accepting the sum of $1,473.64. 

File 49-77-6 

(Continued from 5/4/77) 
ACTION- 



Finance Committee 
Board of Supervisors 
Room 235, City Hall 
San Francisco, CA 94102 



— meeting of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE frOOHftft- N Hi, 

Board oi: Supervisors 
City and County of San (VJAY 2 4 197i 

Wednesday, May 18, 1977 




Present: Supervisors Barbage-lata , Moline 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 

i 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code of the City and County 
of San Francisco by amending Section 10.117-3 thereto to increase 
the amount of monies in the Police Officers' Training Fund. 

File 218-77 J a 

Amended as follows: Page 2, Line 1, add: "(d) The pro- 
ACTION: visions of this ordinance shall be reviewed annually 

commencing on the effective date hereof." RECOMMENDED AS AMEN1 

2. Ordinance amending Chapter 32 of the S=n Francisco Administrative 
Code by amending Section ''2.54 thereof deleting the requirement for 
an estimator for loans under $7,500 in the Rehabilitation Assistance 
Program (RAP). File 143-77-3 (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDE~ 

3. Ordinance appropriating $8,000, Art Commission, for maintenance and 
improvement of Shaff's Building. File 101-76-162 (Controller RO 416) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
19A.19 relating to fees charged for use of Emergency Medical Service 
Communications Center. File 489-76-1 

(Continued from 5/11/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance appropriating $59,097, San Francisco Airport, for increased 
cost of property taxes for fiscal vear 1976-77. File 101-76-160 
(Controller No.'RO 413) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $60,000, W?ter Department, for holiday and 
overtimepay. File 101-76-161. (Controller No. RO 412) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $200,000, Water Department, for overtime, 
temporary salaries, contractual services and materials and supplies; 
an emergency measure. File 101-76-181 (Controller No. RO 451) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution approving and consenting to execution of lease of Airport 
Land and Building to the Flying Tiger Line, Inc. File 27-77-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution authorizing amendment and extension of lease with 
Thomas F. and Patricia Hayes, Lessors, for space at 2838-42 Diamond 
Street for use by the Glen Park Branch of the Public Library. 

File 64-77-15 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



10. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Principal Real Prc^erty Appraiser, Assessor's Office. File 31-77-24 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0380 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-25 (Controller No. 
RO 433) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0380 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-26 (Controller No. 
RO 432) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0380 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-27 (Controller No. 
RO 431) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0380 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-28 (Controller No. ■ 
RO 430) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0380 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-29 (Controller No. 
RO 429) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
$122,910 in Federal funds for a summer youth recreation program. 
File 68-77-9 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution accepting gift from Decorative Plant Rentals, Inc. of 
25 Indian Laurel trees, valued at $625 for use by Department of 
Public Works for planting in sidewalk and street landscaped areas. 
File 38-77-12 

(Continued from 5/11/77) 
Continued to 5/25/77. DPW to be advised this matter has 
ACTION: been continued twice and request their attendance at 
meeting of 5/25/77 

18. Resolution authorizing the Director of Health Care Services to 
apply for and accept funds from the government of the United States-, 
State of California, or other sources, for Sexual Trauma Center 
programs. File 99-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Application of Joan Hewlett for leave to present late claim against 
the City and County in the amount of $100,000 for bodily injury. 
File 50-77-14 

ACTION: DENIED 

20. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 45-77-11 

U. S. District 

Court No. Plaintiff Settlement 

C 74 2521 RHS Law Enforcement Training 

Association $5,567.32 

ACTION: Continued to 5/25/75 



21. Hearing on management audit report on operations of Bayview- 

Hunters Point Foundation for Community Improvement and' Mission 
Community Legal Defense, Inc. File 224-77 



ACTION: FILED. 



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PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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C A L E N P A R 
MEETING OV 
JOINT FINANCE AND HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEES 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 25, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinstein, Molinari, T/aVaVaV, 
von Beroldingen 

Acting Clerk: Louise Park 

1. Ordinance amending Article A. 2, Chapter X, Part II, San Francisco 
Municipal Code (Public Works Code) by amending Sections 141 through 
149, inclusive; and adding Sections 140 and 150; and repealing 
Sections 144.1 through 144.8 inclusive; establishing procedures 
for setting sewerage charges and industrial cost recovery charges; 
providing for billing and collection; establishing revenue funds; 
providing for disposal of surplus funds. File 537-76. (Feinstein) 

Second Draft. (Continued from 5/11/77) . ,. .. „..„ , 
ACTION: tended on page 4, line 12, to change thirty (30) days to 
''ninety (90)" days. To Soaii without recommendation. 

?. Ordinance amending and repealing various sections, Public Works 
Code, establishing procedures for regulating and implementing 
industrial waste source control program; authorizing Director 
of Public Works to adopt concentrations of constituents in 
discharger's waste and continuing an Industrial Waste Review 
Board for hearing and deciding appeals from actions of Director 
of Public Works. File 537-76-1 (Feinstein) 

(Continued from 5/11/77) 
ACTION: To Board without recommendation. (Supervisor Molinari dissenting 

5. Ordinance amending Sections 150.1 through 150.12, Public Works 
Code, pertaining to lien for unpaid water service, sewer service 
charges and industrial cost recovery charges. File 537-76-2 

(Feinstein) 

(Continued from 5/11/77 

ACTION: To Board without recommendation. 

i. Resolution adopting and imposing schedules of sewer service 
charges to be paid by users pursuant to Part II, Chapter X, 
Article 4.2, of the San Francisco Municipal Code (Public Works 
Code). File 219-76-1 , , % 

(Continued from 5/11/77) 

ACTION: To Board without recommendation, to be considered by the 
Board of Wuperviscrs sitting as a CoTnmittee of the Whole 
on June 13, 1977, following 2 weeks' notice published in 
the official newspaper. 






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tfj FINANCE COMMITTEE 

■Roard ctpSupervisors 

City and Counfyof San Francisco 

Ucdncsday^sMay 25, 1977 . Room 226, City Hall - 2 P. tl". 

I'rcsent: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

Acting Clerk: Louise Park 

1. Ordinance appropriating $1,000, Sheriff's Department, for 
emergency plans for hospital ward; an emergency measure. 
Kile 101-76-185 (Controller No. RO 463) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance authorizing acquisition of certain real property 
from Norman Colivcr, a corporation, and a quit claim deed from 
Morgan Equipment Co. for $973,125; required for expansion of 
the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant and dismissal of 
litigation. File 470-75-12 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus Dept. of Public Works 
land; portion of Lot 74, Assessor s Block 6786; and easement 
rights in Lot 19, Assessor's Block 6542. File 228-77-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Resolution authorizing renewal of existing lease with the 
Sacrament-Kearny Company, as lessors, of property at 530-550 
Kearny St., for use by the Library Commission. File 64-77-17 
(Controller No. RO 1) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Resolution authorizing lease with University of California 
Extension, as lessors, for space at 55 Laguna St., for use by 
the Art Commission. File 64-77-18. (Controller No. RO 449) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Rudolf and Sadie Fenley for $2,000; required for expansion of 
the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant and dismissal of 
litigation. File 470-75-13 

• ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Resolution confirming sale of certain city-owned property in 

San Francisco, Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties. File 121-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

S. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property 
from Redevelopment Agency for the sum of $105,200 for Galvez 
Playfield within the Hunters Point approved redevelopment 
project area. File 84-77-7 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance appropriating $78,000, Bepai Liuent of Public works, 
Bureau of Engineering, Cooling Water Conservation Facilities, 
City Hall EDP Complex; an emergency measure. File 101-76-192 
(Controller No. RO 473) (Molinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Commit' tee - 2 - May 25, 1977 

10. Ordinance appropriating $15,029,000 for the purchase and 
transmission of power and rescinding $3,405,489.66 from various 
capital improvements appropriations, lletch lletchy Project. 
File 101-76-165 (Controller No. RO 418) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance appropriating $5,375,000, Department of Public Works, 
Bureau of Sanitary Engineering, for construction management 
purposes, Wastewater Management Program, Federal, State and 
local shares, Grant No. C-06-1411-110 and rescinding $1,000,000 
from Richmond-Sunset WPC Plant - Alterations and Improvements 
Appropriation. File 101-76-175 (Controller No. 442) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance appropriating $19,297 for use of employees' cars, 
materials and supplies, hospital and laboratory spplies, drugs 
and equipment pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.306 of the 
Charter, Jail Medical Program Division, Department of Public 
Health. File 101-76-193 (Controller No. RO 438) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $56,881 for permanent salaries, over- 
time and related mandatory, fringe benefits for t!.e creation of 
26 positions, SFGH, Department of Public Health; rescinding 
$56,881 from permanent salaries, overtime and related mandatory- 
fringe benefits for the abolition of 26 positions, Building 
Repairs and Street Cleaning Division, Department of Public 
Works. File 101-76-176 (Controller Mo. RO 440) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to June 8, 1977. 

14. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public 
Health, SFGH, reflecting transfer of 23 positions from Building 
Repair and 3 positions from Street Cleaning Bureau, Department 
of Public Works; a companion measure to File 101-76-176. 

(CSC 112) File 102-76-99 



15. 



ACTION: Consideration continued to June 8, 1977. 

Ordinance appropriating $396, Board of Supervisors, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits and rescinding 
$396 from permanent salaries and temporary salaries appropriations 
for reclassification of one position. File 101-76-196 
(Controller No. RO 478) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Board of 
Supervisors, reflecting establishment of one new classification 
and reclassification of one position thereto; a companion measure 
to File 101-76-196. File 102-76-102 (CSC 110) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance appropriating $300 for Revolving Rind, Municipal 
Court. File 101-76-164 (Controller No. RO 417) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 3 - May 25, 1977 

18. Ordinance amending Part III, Article 10 of the Municipal Code 
by adding Section 717.1 thereto, permitting the Tax Collector 
to enter into rofund agreements with service suppliers. 
Kile 220-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Ordinance appropriating $3,000, Recreation and Park Department, 
for public liability insurance, Camp Mather. . File 101-76-174. 
(Controller No. KO 443) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution approving Addendum #1 to 1977 Community Development 
Program, authorizing use of contingency funds for a Crime 
Prevention Program. File 79-77-3 

(Rereferred to Committee from Board 5/9/77) 
APT-rriM Amended to add a second "Further Resolved". (See file.) 
AOHUN: RtCOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

21. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for' 
planning and management activities. File 68-77-11 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

i 22. Resolution authorizing the Mayor" to apply for, accept and 

expend Federal funds in the amount of $3,136,245 for Summer 
Youth Employment for disadvantaged youths. File 68- 7 7-10. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
funds from CETA of 1973 for public service employment programs 
under Title' II and Title VI. File 68-77-12 

ACTION- Consideration continued to June 1, 1977. 

24. Resolution confirming acceptance of Grant Offer C-06- 1411- 100 
funding for the areawide Construction Management Project, 
Wastewater Management Program. File 164-77-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

95 Communication requesting approval of certain revisions in the 

allocation of Federal Funds under Title II, Public Works Employ- 
' merit Act of 1976 and'approving certain new expenditure categories. 
'- - File 68-76-45.3 (Mayor) 

ArTTrv Resolution approving certain revisions prepared in and 
AUll.ua. RECOMMFNDFD out of Committee. 

26. Resolution approving amendment to Municipal Railway Planning, 
Operations and Marketing Study and reappropriating Title II of 
local Public Works Employment Act funds for emergency mainten- 
ance program. File 461 -.76-2 

ACTION: TABLED. 

27. P^esolution accepting gift from Decorattive Plant Rentals, Inc. of 
...25 Indian Laurel trees, valued at $625 for use by Department of 

J Public Works for planting in sidewalk and street landscaped arjoas, 

,1 File 38-77-12 

(Continued from 5/18/77) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

28. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff's Department to apply for and 
accept funds from Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a 
project entitled "Sheriff's Community Re-Entry Center". 

File 185-75-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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May 25, 1977 



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31. 



32. 



33 



34. 



35. 



Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer to 
apply for and accept funds from the Office uf Criminal Justice 
Planning for augmentation of project entitled "San Francisco , 
Pre-Trial Diversion Project." File 183-77-^ 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and 
accept funds from the San Francisco Foundation for the Neighbor- 
hood Arts Program of the Art Commission. File 160-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of International 
Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 21, 
against the City and County, in accordance with the terms and 
conditions as set 'forth in the settlement agreement executed 
by said union and the City Attorney's Office. File 45-77-13 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Law Enforce- 
ment Training Association against the City and County by payment 
of $5,567.32. File 45-77-11 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-12 

Superior Court 

No. Plaintiff 



689171 
676380 



Municipal Court 
No. 



698946 



Zollie Bryant 
Dennis Donovan and 
Thomas Donovan 



Adolphus Mitchell 



Settlement 

$ 250 

1,300 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Resolution approving the settlement of unlitigated claim of 
Ocell Chilton in the sum of $712.00. File 48-77-6 (Controller 
No. R0 435) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Resolution authorizing attorney for the Tax Collector to 
institute legal proceedings for the recovery of value of 
services rendered at San Francisco General Hospital. 
File 30-77-2 

Responsible 
SFGH - Patient Relative Amount 



Eugene Bibbs 
Hong Lee, Deceased 
Victor Viacapo, 
Deceased 



Paula R. Bibbs 
Frank Lee 



Mrs. Viacapo 



$2,230.80 
770.84 

990.40 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 5 - May 25, 1977 



36. Application of Education and Recreational Services, Inc. 
for leave to present a late claim for reimbursement for 
BART sales tax per contract-, in the amount of $7,619. 
File 50-77-18 

ACTION: Denied. FILED. 

37. Application of Larry Kinney for leave to present a late 
claim for personal injury. File 50-77-12 

ACTION: Denied. FILED. 



I __ Meet in; 

FINANCE C 
Board of Su City Librarian 
City and County o ^^ 

Wednesday, June 1, 1977 .m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, veH-Sereldingea 

Absent: Supervisor von Beroldingen 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $12,545, Public Health, for pest control 
services for Laguna Honda Hospital and San Francisco General 
Hospital; an emergency ordinance. File 101-76-72. (Controller 
No. RO 186) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $672 for permanent salaries, and rescind- 
... ing $823 from permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe 

benefits appropriations for the reclassification of one posi- 
^ tion, Director's Office, Finance and Records. File 101-76-183. 

(Controller's No. RO 450) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $279,200 for Judah Street improvement 
and related work and rescinding $301,950 from Judah Street - 
5th to LaPlaya appropriation, Bureau of Engineering, Department 
of Public Works. File 101-76-184. (Controller's No. RO 467) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $6,752, Sheriff's Department, for equip- 
ment and maintenance. File 101-76-186. (Controller s No. RO 470) 

ACTION- Amended as follows: Reduce amt for typewriters from 
$2,24o'to $815. Reduce total from $6,752 to $5,327. RECOMMENDED n g| d 

5. Ordinance appropriating $2,000, Probation Office; $3,500, Hidden 
Valley Ranch School, for materials and supplies, pursuant to 
provisions of Section 6.306 of Charter; rescinding $7,000 from 
maintenance of minors appropriation, Probation Office, Juvenile 
Hall. File 101-76-187. (Controller's No. RO 464) 

Amended as follows: Reduce Mtls & Supplies from $2,000 to 
ACTION: $1,300 (Prob Office); Reduce Mtls & Supplies from $1,500 to 
$1,200 (Hidden Valley); reduce totl fm $7,000 to $6,o'00. REC0MMENDE1 

6. Ordinance appropriating $23,100, Department of Public Works, for 
Potrero Avenue street lighting and related work to exceed the 
contract cost by more than 10% and rescinding $23,100 from 
Potrero Avenue street lighting, Bureau of Engineering. File 
101-76-188. (Controller's No. RO 469) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $500,000, Employees' Retirement System, 
for accident compensation pursuant to the provisions of Section 
6.306 of the Charter. File 101-76-189. (Controller's No. RO 466) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance appropriating $35,000 for litigated claim settlement 
pursuant to the provisions of Section 6„306 of the Charter, Air- 
porter Operating. File 101-76-190. (Controller's No. RO 468) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



9. Ordinance appropriating $9,000, Art Commission, for Neighborhood 
Arts Program and supporting services to release funds from 
reserve account and rescinding $9,000 from Neighborhood Arts 
Program and supporting services. File 101-76-191. (Controller's 
No. RO 465) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $1,359 for local cash match, Telegraph 
Hill Neighborhood Safety Project, Police Department; rescinding 
$1,359 from Mayor's Criminal Justice Council appropriation, 
Mayor's Office. Eile 101-76-193 - (K o p p- ) (Controller's No. 

RO 472) C /^-^^-*^> 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77 , by 
amending Section 1.1A relating to permanent part -time/flex-time 
employment. File 102-76-57. (Pelosi, Mendelsohn, Molinari) 

ACTION: Continued to 6/15/77 

12. Resolution accepting gift of approximately $35,000 to $40,000 
from the Palace of Fine Arts League, Inc. for Palace of Fine 
Arts Theater modifications, for use by Recreation and Park 
Department. File 38-77-14 (Rec and Park) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution accepting gift of a 16 mm movie projector from the 
Home Savings and Loan Association, and designating the San Fran- 
cisco Public Library as recipient thereof. File 38-77-15. 
(Public Library) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution accepting gift of used 1957 GMC truck from United 
Parcel Service for an approved LEAA project entitled "Consumer 
Protection/Complaint Mobile", District Attorney's Office. 
File 38-77-16 (Mayor's Office). 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer of the 
City and County of San Francisco to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "System Improvement Project." File 183-77-3. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer of the 
City and County of San Francisco to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "Courts Alternative Project." File 183-77-4. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer of the 
City and County of SanFrancisco to apply for, accept and expend 
funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "San Francisco Adult Probation Staff Training Project." 
File 183-77-5. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

18. Resolution authorizing the Airports Commission to execute and file 
a project application with the Federal Aviation Administration and 
to accept a grant for improvements at San Francisco International 
Airport. File 27-77-5. 

ACTION: Amendment of the Whole prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 



19. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from the California Arts Council for the Neighborhood Arts 
Program. File 160-77-3. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

20. Resolution authorizing lease with Segundo F. Ruiz, as lessor, of 
a portion of property at 145 Leavenworth Street, for use by 
Northeast Mental Health Center. File 64-77-19 (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Ordinance authorizing and approving lease with Regents of the 
University of California, as Lessee, for Wards 21, 22 and 23 
in Building 20 and portion of basement area in Building 1 at 
San Francisco General Hospital. File 65-77-2. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Resolution authorizing the San Francisco Commission on Aging to 
enter into contracts with agencies to provide direct services to 
senior citizens in S^n Francisco. File 130-77-6. 

ACT ION : RE C0MM ENDED 

23. Resolution authorizing deposits and withdrawals of county monies 
in local agency investment fund. File 248-77. (Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Request for waiver of Statute of Limitations applicable to payment 
of Controller's Warrant No. 787931 in the amount of $15.72 issued 
to Benjamin Delnegro. File 23-77-4 (Fire Dept.) 

ACTION: Legislation prepared in and reported out of Committee. 
RECOMMENDED. 

25. Request for approval of cooperative agreement between the State 
arid the City and County to provide participation of State pri- 
soners in S. F. Work Furlough and Local Detention Program for 
the period July 1, 1977 to June 30, 1978. File 241-77 (Adult 
Probation) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

26. Communication submitting Final Summary Report relating to emer- 
gency evacuation plans and procedures for public buildings. 
File 108-76-1. (Office of Emergency Services) 

ACTION: FILED. 

27. Application of Ronald R. Shaw for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for personal injuries in the amount 
of $50,000. File 50-77-16. 

(City ".ttorney recommends granting of application) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

28. Application of Keith Allan James for leave to present a late 
. claim against the Citty and County in the amount of $250,000. 

File 50-77-15. 

(City Attorney recommends granting of application) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

29. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Librarian II, City Attorney's Office. File 31-77-31. 
(Controller No. RO 474) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee -4- June 1, 1977 



30. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and 

expend funds from CETA of 1973 for public service employment 
programs under Title II and Title VI. File 68-77-12. 

(Continued from 5/25/77.) 

ACTION: Continued to 6/8/77 



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MEETING OF 
■ /( c J FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of. Sup 
City and County of DOOy^fEHl 3 

Wednesday,^- June 8, 1977 '""^ ,n I. 



Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, A^-^/Z. — 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $850, Public Works, Bureau of Street 
Planting, for equipment; rescinding $850 from permanent 
salaries appropriation, Bureau of Street Repair; an emergency 
ordinance. File 101-76-203. (Controller No. RO 482) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $23,000, Public Works, for overtime, 
temporary salaries and materials and supplies; rescinding $23,000 
from permanent salaries appropriation, Street Cleaning Division; 
an emergency ordinance. File 101-76-202 (Controller No. 484) 

■ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $12,850 for contractual services, equip- 
ment and fixed charges, Bureau of Architecture, Department of 
Public Works; an emergency measure. File 101-76-204 (Controller 
No. RO 494) 

i ACTION- Amended by reducing by $600 to $12,850 - rental reduced 

from $7,800 to $7,200. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $64,000 for residential permit parking 
program, Bureau of Traffic Engineering; rescinding $64,000 
from permanent salaries appropriation, Bureau of Street Repair, 
Department of Public Works. File 101-76-200 (Controller No. 

RO 485) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance appropriating $4,000 for postage, Bureau of Building 
Inspection; rescinding $4,000 from permanent salaries appropria- 
tion, Bureau of Street Cleaning, Department of Public Works. 
File 101-76-199 (Controller No. R 483) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $3,978 for permanent salaries and 
related mandatory fringe benefits to correct the clerical error 
in establishing the rate of pay for Rehabilitation Counselor, 
effective July 1, 1976. File 101-76-201 

ACTION: TABLED. 

7. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, by 
correcting clerical error inestablishing rate of pay for 
Rehabilitation Counselor, effective July 1, 1976; a companion 
measure to File 101-76-201. File 102-76-70 (CSC 62) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Ordinance appropriating $1,916, various departments, for 
permanent salaries to adjust compensation of certain classifi- 
cations; rescinding $227 from permanent salaries appropriation, 
Family Support Bureau, District Attorney, effective July 1, 1976. 
File 101-76-198 (Controller No. RO 480) Amended by reducing as 
follows: Total from $1,916 to $1,423, Water Op Fund C. L. 1990 
ACTION: from $545 to $52; 6.745.863.000 from $85 to $8; and 
6.745.110.000 from $460 to $44. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

9. Ordinance amending the Annaual Salary Ordinance, various depart- 
ments, to adjust compensation of certain classes, effective 
July 1, 1976; a companion measure to File 101-76-198. File 

102-76-93 (CSC 105) 

Amended as follows: Line 18, delete 1 5158 City Distribution 

Division, Asst. Mgr. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 2 - June 8, 1977 

10. Ordinance appropriating $2,758, Assessor and Tax Collector, 
for permanent salaries to reflect correction of clerical 
error in establishing rate of pay for Senior Personal 
Property Auditor and Principal Personal Property Auditor, 
effective July 1, 1976. File 101-76-197 (Controller No. 
RO 479) 

Reduce Mandatory Fringe benefits from $226 to $96; 
ACTION- Reduce total from $2,758 to $2,628. RECOMMENDED AS 
AMENDED. 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, 
various departments, correcting clerical error in establishing 
rate of pay for 4322 Senior Personal Property Auditor and 
4224 Principal Personal Property Auditor to conform with 
correction made in 1976-77 Salary Standardization Ordinance, 
various departments, effective July 1, 1976; a companion measure 
to File 102-76-197. File 102-76-101. (CSC 113) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance appropriatii g $49 for retroactive salaries - crafts 
and related mandatory fringe benefits to provide a cost of 
living adjustment to the wage rate of 7358 Patternmaker, various 
departments, effective April 21, 1976. File 101-75-225 
(Controller No. 110 471) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 
departments, to provide a cost of living adjustment to the wage 
rate of 7358 Patternmaker, effective April 21, 1976; a companion 
measure to File 101-75-225. File 102-75-89 (CSC 98) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance appropriating $238 for replenishment of personal 
funds of inmates held in trust in Wells Fargo Bank, Sheriff's 
Department. File 101-76-213 (Controller No. RO 493) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Ordinance appropriating $25,375 for bomb inspection and disposal 
program and rescinding $25,375 from permanent salaries appropri- 
ation, Police Department. File 101-76-211 (Controller No. 

RO 491) 

ACTION: Reduce $25,375 to $23,025 ^-»»«e««M*d*«^^S*?035i^ess 
perm s "tries. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $2,000 for use of employees' cars 
pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.306 of the Charter, 
Bureau of Building Inspection, Department of Public Works. 
File 101-76-210 (Controller No. RO 487) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JUNE 15, 1977 

17. Ordinance appropriating $2,257, 457, Department of Social 
Services, for Home Contractual Services. File 101-76-209 
(Controller No. RO 490) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JUNE 15, 1977 

18. Ordinance appropriating $15,000 for the use of employees' cars, 
Assessor. File 101-76-208 (Controller No. RO 489) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JUNE 15, 1977 



rinance Committee - 3 - June 8 1977 

19. Ordinance appropriating $1,187, Board of Permit Appeals, for 
phonographic reporter fees; rescinding $1,187 from fees and 
other compensation appropriation, pursuant to provisions of 
Charter Section 6.306. File 101-76-207 (Controller No. RO 492) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JUNE 15, 1977 

20. Ordinance appropriating $160,831, Retirement System, for 
interest payment on retroactive pay for members of Police and 
Fire Group. File 101-76-206 (Controller No 486) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, 
Retirement System, reflecting establishment of one new classification 
and the allocation of one position thereto. File 102-76-103 

(CSC No. 100) 

ACTION: Amended bv changing 1976-77 to 1977-78. RECOMMENDED 
AS AMENDED. 

22. Ordinance authorizing continuation of Special Animal Purchase 
and Exchange Fund to June 30, 1978. File 254-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Ordinance appropriating $92,892, Police Department, for 
contractual services and materials and supplies; an emergency- 
measure. File 101-76-221 (Controller No. RO 515) 

Amended by deleting G. L. 1990 and sub 6.161.110.600 perm 
ACTION: salaries. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

24. Ordinance appropriating $135,000, Department of Public Health, 
Laguna Honda Hospital, for contactual services and rescinding 
$135,000 from foodstuffs and meat account appropriations; an 
emergency measure. File 101-76-222 (Controller No. RO 514) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JUNE 15, 1977 

25. Ordinance appropriating $56,881 for permanent salaries, overtime 
and related mandatory fringe benefits for the creation of 26 
positions, SFGH, Department of Public Health; rescinding $56,881 
from permanent salaries, overtime and related mandatory fringe 
benefits for the abolition of 26 positions, Building Repairs and 
Street Cleaning Division, Department of Public Works. File 
101-76-176 (Controller No. RO 440) 

(Continued from 5/25/77) 

ACTION: TABLED 

26. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public 
Health, SFGH, reflecting transfer of 23 position from Building 
Repair and 3 positionsfrom Street Cleaning Bureau, Department of 
Public Works; a companion measure to File 101-76-176. 

File 102-76-99 (CSC 112) 

(Continued from 5/25/77) 
ACTION: TABLED 

27. Resolution allowing for personal services adjustments to the 
1977 Community Development Program expenditure schedules as pro- 
vided for in the 1977-78 Salary Standardization Ordinance 115-77. 
File 79-77-5 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JUNE 15, 1977 

28. Resolution providing for "line item transfers" budget revisions 
(within and between costing centers) as approved in RAP program 
for 1977 Community Development Program to implement additional 
position of Plumbing Inspector. File 79-77-6 

ir.TTriM- CONTINUED TO JUNE 15, 1977 



29. Resolution accepting gifts from various agencies totalling 
$1,251 for use by the Commission on Aging to provide cash 
match for purchase of equipment under Equipment Loan Program. 
File 38-77-13 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

30. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Administrative Secretary, Office of Chief Administrative 
Officer. File 31-77-30 (Controller No. RO 475) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

31. Resolution authorizing continuation of the SF Special Zoo Fund 
for one. year ending June 30, 1978. File 254-77-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD JUNE 20, 197 7 

32. Resolution approving agreement for conducting Annual Fair and 
Flower Show. File 86-77 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JUNE 15, 1977 

33. Resolution authorizing approval and signature i-f contract agree- 
ment #7534 between the SF Public Library and the State Librarian 
of the State of California for a Public Library Services Act 
Grant. File 253-77-1 

A CTION : RECOMMENDED 

34. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of 
the City and County against San Francisco Ambulance Company by 
acceptance of the sum of $2,840.48. File 49-77-7 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JUNE 15, 1977 

35. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and 
County of San Francisco against Pacific Telephone Company by 
acceptance of sum of $12,000 and authorizing dismissal of litigation 
File 46-77-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JUNE 15, 1977 

36. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and 
expend funds from CETA of 1973 for public service employment 
programs under Title II and Title VI. File 68-77-12 

(Continued from June 1, 1977) 

ACTION: Amended as f oUows : $7,250,000 reduced to $6,705,351; 
$30,000,000 increased to $31,190,021. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED." 
Supervisor Barbagelata dissenting. 









CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 

JOINT FINANCE' COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 

jy 

Wednesday, June 15, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2:30 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagel^ta-, Francois, -Mende-lsohn T Molinari, 

Nelder, von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: F-%ererfee=Whlte Louise Park, Acting Clerk 

1. Ordinance adding Sections 20.13 and 20.34 to Administrative 
Code, pertaining to administration of aid and care to the 
indigent and dependent poor, and adopting standards of such 
aid and care; repealing Ordinance Nos . 328-76 and 451-76. 
File 446-76-3 (Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Resolution adopting the report of Robert B. Carleson of 
November 8, 1976, for providing aid and care for the indigent 
and dependent poor of the City and County of San Francisco. 
File 446-76-4. (Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



£_•» T._E K PAR 
"ilEETING OF 

Finance committee 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, June 15, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - ^ P. M, 

Present: Supervisors -&aT%ggctffi:ar, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: PboTreFre=e=Wki?fce Louise Park, Acting Clerk 

1. Ordinance appropriating $2,000, Public Works, Bureau of 
Building Inspection, for use of employees' cars, pursuant to 
provisions of Charter Section 6.306. File 101-76-210 
(Controller No. RO 487) 

s 
(Continued from June 8, 1977) 

APTTnM Amended to reduce total to $1,500.00. 
«uiiu*\: recommended AS AMENDED. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $2,257,547, Department of Social 
Services, for Home CuuLi.Gccual Services. File 101-76-209 
(Controller No. R0 490) 

(Continued from June 8, 1977) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $15,000 fc_- use of employees' cars, 
Assessor. File 101-76-208 (Controller No. RO 489) 

(Continued from June 8, 1977) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $1,187, Board of Permit Appeals, for 
phonographic reporter fees; rescinding $1,187 from fees and 
other compensation appropriation, pursuant to provisions of 
Charter Section 6.306. File 101-76-207 (Controller No. RO 492) 

(Continued from June 8, 1977) 

AfrrnM Amended to reduce total to $1,096.00. 
flUiU • RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $135,000, Department of Public Health, 
Laguna Honda Hospital, for contractual services and rescinding 
$135,000 from foodstuffs and meat account appropriations; 

an emergency measure. File 101-76-222 (Controller No. RO 514) 

(Continued from June 8, 1977) 
'ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6„ Ordinance appropriating $80,000, Sheriff's Department, for capital 
improvement; window modifications at the Security Hospital Ward; 
an emergency measure. File 101-76-240 (Controller No. RO 537) 

Amnw* Amended to reduce total to $48,782,00; from Sheriff's 
ao uiN. Special'Maintenance Fund. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

7. Ordinance appropriating $51,265, Sheriff's Department, for 

purchase of equipment through Special Maintenance Fund pursuant 
to the provisions of Sec. 6.306 of the Charter, File 101-76-218 
(Controller No. RO 512) 

APTTriM Amended to reduce total to $50,765.00. 
auiiuw: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 



'•-.nance Committee - 2 - June 15, 1977 

8. Ordinance appropriating $11,220, Department of Social Services, 
for Social Rehabilitation Training Program for Adults; and 
rescinding $2,805 from the Special Services, Handicapped Program, 
File 101-76-241 (Controller No. RO 536) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 421-75 (Payroll Expense Tax) 
repealing Section 4 thereof and amending Ordinance No. 410-76 
(amending Payroll Expense Ordinance) by repealing Section 4 
thereof, regarding duration of increased tax rates. 

File 267-76-6 



v** 



ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 



10. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 412-76 (Parking Tax Ordinance) 
by repealing Section 3 thereof, regarding duration of increased 
tax rates. File 491-76-2 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

1977-78 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, =1-926-=?:?; by 
amending Section 1.1A relating to permanent part-time/=£=i=ex=-ct=i=me 
employment. File 102-76-57 (Pelosi, Mendelsohn, Molinari) 

(Continued from June 1, 1977) 

ACTION* Amended. (See file for detail.) 

" RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $26,000 for services of other departments, 
Police Department. File 101-76-219 (Controller No. 513) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $35,000, Hetch Hetchy, for contractual 
services. File 101-76-217 (Controller No. RO 497) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance appropriating $14,700, Retirement System, services 
of other departments; an emergency measure. File 101-76-242 
(Controller No. RO 542) (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JUNE 22, 1977. 

15. Ordinance appropriating $23,864, various departments, retroactive 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, crafts; effective 
June 1976, or as specified. File 101-76-243 (Controller No. 

RO 541) (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 
departments to provide hourly wage adjustments for 7311 Cement 
Mason, 7328 Operating Engineer, 7344 Carpenter, 7355 Truck Driver, 
7379 Electric Transit Mechanic, 9330 Pileman and related Foreman 
classifications, effective June 1, 1976, or as specified; a 
companion measure to File 101-76-243. File 102-75-87 (CSC 96) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance appropriating $3,165, Assessor, equipment; rescinding 
$3,165, Assessor, contractual services. File 101-75-244 
(Controller No. RO 544) (Barbagelata) 

ACTION- Amended to reduce total to $2,610.00. 

RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. * 

**** OFF CALENDAR : 

Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 422-75 (amending Business Tax 
Ordinance) by repealing Section 4 thereof; and amending Ordinance 
No. 411-76 (amending Business Tax Ordinance) by repealing Section 4 



Finance Committee - 3 - June 15, 1977 

18. Ordinance appropriating $250, Finance and Records, County Clerk, 
revolving fund increase; rescinding $250, County Clerk, Finance 
and Records, materials and supplies. File 101-76-245) 
(Controller No. RO 543) (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Ordinance approving and authorizing execution of repayment 
contract between City and County and Redevelopment Agency, 
providing for repayment of tax revenues from Embarcadero- 
Lower Market Approved Redevelopment Project E-l. File 73-77-1 
(Molinari)von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Ordinance appropriating $2 7,503, various departments, for 
permanent salaries, crafts and related mandatory fringe benefits 
to reflect corrections of rates of pay for certain classifications 
to conform with corrections made in the 1976-77 Salary 
Standardization Ordinance, per file no. 106-76-21. File 101-76-220 
(Controller No. RO 509) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, various 
departments by correcting rate of pay for certain classifications 
to conform with corrections made in the Salary Standardization 
Ordinance 1976-77; a companion measure to File 101-76-220. 

File 1C2-76-84 (CSC 94) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Ordinance appropriating $896, Public Works, Bureau of Building 
Maintenance, for permanent salaries to correct rate of pay for 
Shade Man, effective July 1, 1976. File 101-76-216 (Controller 
No. RO 496) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public 
Works, to correct clerical error in establishing rate of pay for 
Shade Man to conform with correction made in Salary Standardiza- 
tion Ordinance, 1976-77, effective July 1, 1976; a companion 
measure to File 101-76-216. File 102-76-85 (CSC 95) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Ordinance apnropriating $617, Public Works, Bureau of Water 
Pollution, for permanent salaries for reclassification of one 
position; rescinding $617 from permanent salaries appropriation. 
File 101-76-215 (Controller No. RO 481) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO y^^- ^ , > ?y 7- 

"25. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public 
Works, reflecting reclassification of one position; a companion 
measure to File 101-76-215. File 102-76-91 (CSC 103) 



ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO V^mJL- 2-1- 1 iff? 



16. Ordinance appropriating $5,070 for permanent salaries and 

related mandatory fringe benefits to adjust the compensation of 
certain classifications, retroactive to July 1, 1976. 
File 101-76-214 (Controller No. RO 498) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - h - June 15, 1977 

27. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public 
Works, Road Fund and Water Operating Fund, to adjust compensation 
of certain classifications in accordance with administrative 
provisions of Salary Standardization Ordinance, retroactive to 
July 1, 1976; a companion measure to Filel01-76-2 14. File 
102-76-78 (CSC 88) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

28. Ordinance appropriating $70,903, various departments, for 
retroactive salaries, crafts and related mandatory fringe 
benefits to provide hourly wage, holiday and health and 
welfare increases for 7347 Plumber, 7348 Steamfitter and 
related classifications effective 4/1/76 through 6/30/76. 
File 101-75-226 (Controller No. RO 510) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



29. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 
departments, providing hourly wage, holiday and health and 
welfare increases for 7347 Plumber, 7348 Steamfitter and 
related classifications effective April 1, 1976 through 
June 30, 1976; a companion measure to File 101-75-226. 

File 102-75-90 (CSC 99) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

30. Ordinance appropriating $77,855 for permanent slaries and 
relatcJ mandatory fringe benefits to adjust the compensation 

of certain classifications, in accordance with the Administrative 
provisions of Salary Standardization Ordinance Section IV(H) 
retroactive to July 1, 1976, various departments. 
File 101-76-194 (Controller No. RO 453) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

31. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, 
various departments, to adjust compensation of certain 
classifications retroactive to July 1, 1976; a companion 
measure to File 101-76-194 (File 102-76-55 (CSC 67) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

32. Resolution determining and declaring that public interest and 
necessity require submission of a bond issue in the sum of 
$9,270,000 for additions to and improvement of Recreation and 

• Park System. File 256-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

33. Resolution determining and declaring that public interest and 
necessity require submission of a bond issue in the sum of $22,575 ,000 
$2=4=§?5,§©9 for additions to and improvement of Fire Protection 
System. File 257-77 



ACTION: 



Amended to reduce total to $22,575,000 by deletion of the 
New Fireboat. TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

34. Resolution authorizing the PUC to apply for and accept funds 

from Metropolitan Transportation Commission for use by perform- 
ing study to provide handicapped and elderly same right to the 
Municipal Railway. Filel94-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 5 - June 15, 1977 

35. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 505 Seventh 
Street for /8Rerif£i5=DepaTtmefft:. File 64-77-20 (Controller 
No. R0 516; Coordinated Release Services Center. 

ACTION* Amendment of the Whole presented in Committee 
' RECOMMENDED . 

36. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with SF Community 
College District, as lessor, for space at 1860 Hayes St., for 
use by DPW RAP Program. File 64-77-16. (Controller No. RO 445) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

37. Resolution authorizing lease with F & M Oberti, Inc., Lessors, 
for space at 228 McAllister St., for Bureau of Architecture, 
Department of Public Works. File 64-77-21 (Controller No. 

• " RO 499) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

38. Resolution confirming report of assessment costs submitted by 
Director of Public Works for installing underground electric 
service lateral reconnections at lil Castro Street, 263 Castro 
Street and 346-8 Castro Street, ordered performed by Director 
pursuant to Section 919 of Public Works Code, the costs having 
been paid for out of revolving fund. File 41-77-6 

ACTION: Referred to Board. (Calendared in error.) 

39. Resolution accepting gift of $12,00 J from the Zellerbach Family 
Fund for the Department of Social Services Educational and 
Training Program for improved services to children and their 
parents. File 38-77-17 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

40. Resolution accepting a gift of $10,000 from Von Loben Sals 
Foundation for use by District Attorney's Office for a Law 
Student Intern Program in the Consumer Fraud White Collar 
Crime Unit. File 38-77-18 



42, 



ACTION: COUSIDERiTIQii COlIIIiJUED TO J-^-^^ 2 -, i97 ?- 



41. Resolution accepting a grant of $6,050 from the SF Foundation 

for use by Municipal Court for instituting a program of Saturday 
sessions of the Small Claims Court. File 38-77-19 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Resolution allowing for personal services adjustments to the 
1977 Community Development Program expenditure schedules as 
provided for in the 1977-78 Salary Standardization Ordinance 
115-77. File 79-77-5 

(Continued from June 8, 1977) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

43. Resolution providing for "line item transfers* 1 budget revisions 

as approved in the RAP Program for the 1977 Community Development 
Program to implement additional position of Plumbing Inspector. 
File 79-77-6 

(Continued from June 8, 1977) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED • ■ 



finance committee - 6 - June 15, 1977 

44. Resolution approving agreement for conducting Annual Fair 
and Flower Show. File 86-77 

(Continued from June 8, 1977) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

45, Resolution authorizing release of lien on property known as 
Assessor's Block 6018, Lot 43, City and County of San Francisco, 
known as 424 Excelsior Ave., San Francisco, and owned by 

Mary La Porta. File 3-77-2 



ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO 



jlx H77. 



46. Application of J. Fitch, as heir of A. Grant, for leave to 
present late claim against the City and County in the amount of 
$150,000. File 50-77-17 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED 70 ^ r ^- ^^ / l97 7 ' ' 

47. Application of Joseph and Gina Manzoni for leave to present 

late" claim against the City and County in the amount of $200,000. 
File 50-77-21 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTIO": C0SS1DESATI0ST C03TIHD2D TO (t«-«*- > >, ' 9 y 7 



48, Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of 
the City and County against the San Francisco Ambulance Company 
by the acceptance of the sum of $2,840.48. File 49-77-7 

(Continued from June 8, 1977) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO U~~*- X^-,' 9 ??- 



49. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 
against Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. by acceptance of the 
sum of $12,000 and authorizing dismissal of litigation. File 46-77-1 

(Continued from June 8, 1977) 

■ ACTION: COHSIDERATI0S CONTINUED TO (U*~i- o-*-, /*?>?. 

50 r Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of 

the City and County against Charles B. Greene by acceptance of 
the sum of ^"527.94. File 4S-77-7 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO |^«i- "> ^ I ? ?7 

51, Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and 
accept funds from the California Arts Council for the Neighborhood 
Arts Program, File 160-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

52, Resolution authorizing reimbursement for damaged personal 
property of City employees. File 51-76-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

53, Resolution authorizing reimbursement for damaged personal 
property of City employees. File 51-77-1 

ACTION: Ri . . 1M.ENDED 

54, Resolution authorizing reimbursement for damaged personal 
property of City employees. File 51-77-2 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervise-" -riatt 

City and County of San F . ^ Li^ r 

Wednesday, June 22, 1977 Re 

Present: Supervisors Ba-rbag-e-Tarta , Molinar. 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1, Hearing to consider the expenditure of Federal funds under 
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973 for public 
service employment programs under Title II and Title VI to 
include, but not be limited to, non-profit corporations. 

, File 68-77-12.1. (Molinari) 

ACTION: CALENDARED IN ERROR 

2. Ordinance appropriating $14,700, Retirement System, services of 
other deportments; an emergency measure. File 101-76-242. 
(Controller No. RO 542) (I arbagelata) 

(Continued from June 15, 1977.) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



3. Ordinance appropriating $617, Public Works, Bureau of Water 
Pollution, for permanent salaries for reclassification of one 
position to 7372 Stationary Engineer, Sewage Plant; rescinding 
$617 from permanent salaries appropriation. File 101-76-215. 
(Controller No. RO 481) 



(Continued from June 15, 1977.) 
ACTION: TABLED 

4. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Public 
Works, reflecting reclassification of one position; a companion 
measure to File 101-76-215. File 102-76-91. (CSC 103) 

(Continued from June 15, 1977.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

5. Resolution accepting a gift of $10,000 from Von Lobcn Sals 
Foundation for use by District Attorney ' s Office for a Law 
Student Intern Program in the Consumer Fraud White Collar 
Crime Unit. File 38-77-18. 

(Continued from June 15, 1977.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED q, 

6. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property known as 
424 Excelsior Ave., San Francisco, and owned by Mary La Porta. 
File 3-77-2. 

(Continued from June 15, 1977.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Application of J. Fitch, as heir of A. Grant, for leave to present 
late claim against the City and County in the amount of $15,000. 
File 50-77-17. 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 

(Continued from June 15, 1977.) 

ACTION: DENIED. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. 



8. Application of Joseph and GJna Man* on 1 for leave to present late 
claim against the City and County in the amount of $200,000. 
File 50-77-21. 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 
(Continued from June 15, 1977.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of the 
City and County against the San Francisco Ambulance Company by 
the acceptance of the sum of $2,840.48. File 49-77-7. 

(Continued from June 15, 1977.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED ' 

10. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 
against Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. by acceptance of the 

sum of $12,000 and authorizing dismissal of litigation. File 46-77-1. 

(Continued from June 15, 1977.) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of the 
City and County against Charles B. Greene by acceptance of the 
sum of $627.94. File 48-77-7. 

(Continued from June 15, 1977.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Application of Beverly Myres for Leave to present late claim against 
the City and County in an unknown amount. File 50-77-19. 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 

ACTION: DENIED. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 

13. The following items are calendared for the purpose of TABLING: 

a) Ordinance appropriating $542,865, Public Works, for 
reconstruction and improvement for Upper Market Street, 
Church and Castro Streets Stations. File 101-76-37.1. 
(Controller No, RO 101, as amended.) 

ACTION: TABLED 

b) Ordinance appropriating $8,883 for permanent salaries - 
civilian; rescinding $8,883 from permanent salaries - civilian, 
for the reclassification of 1 position Police Department. 
File 101-76-43. (Controller No. RO 109) 

ACTION: TABLED 

c) Ordinance appropriating $732, Public Utilities Commission, 
Water Dept., for retroactive salaries. File 101-76-46. 
(Controller No. 116) 

ACTION: TABLED 

d) Ordinance appropriating $13,964 for the implementation of 
the Rule of Three. Civil Service Commission; an emergency 
ordinance. File 101-76-104.1. ■ 

ACTION: TABLED 



e) Ordinance appropriating $540, Public Works, for equipment;* 
rescinding !?540 from Center Island Planting Maintenance 
appropriation, Street Planting. File 101-76-133. 
(Controller No. RO 347) 

ACTION: TABLED 

f) Ordinance appropriating $21,450 for permanent salaries, 
platform employees, Municipal Railway Operating. File 
101-76-212. (Controller No. RO 495) 

ACTION: TABLED 

14. Ordinance appropriating $238,440, Public Health, SFGH, for other 
professional services. File 101-76-223. (Controller #R0 522) 

ACTION: Amended. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. See file for details. 

15. Ordinance appropriating $35,000, Port Commission, for contractual 
services. File 101-76-224. (Controller No. R0 524) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance appropriating $13,114, Public Works, Bureau of Street 
Repair, for maintenance street repair. File 101-76-225. 
(Controller No. KG 521) . 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance appropriating $90,000, Superior Court, for fees and 
other compensation, jury and witness fees, court reporter's 
transcript, and other court expenses; an emergency measure. 
File 101-76-249. (Controller No. RO 551) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Ordinance appropriating $9,384.36, Sheriff's Department, for over- 
time; an emergency measure. File 101-76-250. (Controller #R0 547) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Ordinance appropriating $25,000, Mayor, for Federal legislative 
expense. File 101-76-226. (Controller No. RO 529) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

20. Ordinance appropriating $685,000, S.F. Airport, for contractual 
services. File 101-76-227. (Controller No. RO 528) 

ACTION- Amended by reducing from $685,000 to $655,000. RECOMMENDED 
AS AMENDED 

21. Ordinance appropriating $147,500, Controller, for judgments and 
claims. File 101-76-228. (Controller No. RO 527) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Ordinance appropriating $35,536, Controller, EDP, for professional 
and special services. File 101-76-232. (Controller No. RO 534) 

Continued to 6/29/77. Letter to City Atty requesting he 
ACTION: research. Labor .Code to determine r legality of prosed nc£. 
¥iSQg§t?fig p fle^f§le8rch 1 £chii' p «ifeife s *hicTi r niIy frs l g L ?nb e pr5pbfee« System. 

23. Ordinance°appropriating $61,487, Water Department for fixed charges, 
judgments and claims. File 101-76-229. (Controller No. RO 526) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



24. Ordinance appropriating $70,000, Water Department, for contractual 
services, for purchase of electricity for fiscal year 1976-77. 
File 101-76-234. (Controller No. RO 538) 

ACTION- Amended by reducing from $70,000 to $35,000. RECOMMENDED 
AS AMENDED. 

25. Ordinance appropriating $5,732,000, Hetch Hetchy, for purchase 
of power for resale; rescinding $1,869,000 from various capital 
improvements appropriations. File 101-76-233 (Controller No. 
RO 535) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

26. Ordinance appropriating $700,000, Civic Auditorium for equipment 
and capital improvements. File 101-76-230. (Controller #RO 530) 

ACTION: ' RECOMMENDED 

27. Ordinance appropriating $2,071, Public Defender, for grant matching 
fund for implementation of AB 3121. File 101-76-231. 
(Controller No. RO 540) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

28. Ordinance appropriating $97,910, Art Commission, for Neighborhood 
Arts Program, to release funds from reserve account for cost of 
lease negotiated by Real Estate Department; rescinding $97,910 
from Neighborhood Arts Program. File 101-76-235. (Controller 
No. RO 531) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

29. Ordinance appropriating $106,000, Art Commission, for Neighborhood 
Arts Program, to release funds from reserve account for Community 
Cultural Facilities; rescinding $106,000 from Neighborhood Arts 
Program. File 101-76-238. (Controller No. RO 532) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

30. Ordinance appropriating $226,754, Public Health, San Francisco 
General Hospital, for medical service, U.S. contract. 

File 101-76-236. (Controller No. RO 539) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

31. Ordinance appropriating $488,321, Public Health, San Francisco 
General Hospital, for contractual services, hospital and laboratory 
supplier, drugs, equipment and capital improvements; rescinding 
$12,545 from foodstuffs appropriation. File 101-76-239. 
(Controller No. RO 533) 

'ACTION: Amended. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. See file for details. 

32. Ordinance appropriating $24,848, various departments, for retro- 
active salaries, crafts and fringe benefits, to provide wage 
increase for 7514 General Laborer; effective June 16, 1976. 

• File 101-75-227. (Controller No. RO 511) ^ 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

33. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 
departments, providing wage increase for 7514 General Laborer 
and related craft classes, effective June 16, 1976; a companion 
measure to File 101-75-227. File 102-75-86. (CSC 94) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



rintmce Committee - 5 - June 22 1977 

34. Ordinance appropriating $11,419 for permanent salaries and 
related mandatory fringe benefits to adjust the compensation of 
certain classifications in accordance with the Administrative 
Provisions of Salary Standardization Ordinance Section IV (H) , 
retroactive to July 1, 1976, various departments. 

File 101-76-237. (Controller No. RO 523) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

35. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, to adiust 
compensation of certain classifications, various departments, 
retroactive to July 1, 1976; a companion measure to File 101- 
76-237. File 102-76-65. (CSC 75) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

36. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Police 
Department retitl'ing 23 positions, and establishment of a new 
class. File 102-77-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

37. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code, Article XV, Cash 
Revolving Funds, Section 10.140, to increase said fund to $500, 
County Clerk's Department. File 266-77. 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 6'/2 9/77 

38. Ordinance appropriating $115,000 for reconstruction of Sharon 
Building, Recreation and Park. File 101-76-205. (Controller 
No. RO 488) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

39. Resolution authorizing Recreation and Park Department to make 
application to Secretary of Interior for surplus Federal property 
located at 50 Fell Street. File 84-77-4. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

40. Resolution authorizing lease with the Seventh Avenue Presbyterian 
Church, lessor, for space at 1329 Seventh Avenue, for use by 
Police Department. File 64-77-2. (Controller No. RO 518) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

41. Resolution authorizing sublease with Intersection, United Methodist 
Mission, lessor, for space at 756- Union Street, for use by the Art 
Commission. File 64-77-23. (Controller No. RO 520) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

42. Resolution authorizing Director of Health Care Services to execute 
contract with Permanente Medical Group to transport emergency 
medical patients who are members of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan 
to Kaiser Foundation Hospital. File 267-77-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

43. Resolution authorizing Director of Health Care Services to execute 
contract with Permanente Medical Group to permit communications 
through City's Emergency Medical Service Communications Center. 
File 267-77-2. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 



44. Approving immediate filling of vacated positions of Director of 
Airports and Deputy Director, Business Administration, Inter- 
national Airport. File 31-77-32. (Controller No. RO 525) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

45. Resolution authorizing the Department of City Planning to apply 
for and receive financial assistance from the U.S. Department of 
Commerce for Economic Development Planning Activities. 

File 151-77-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

46. .Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 

against the City and County. File^S^-8^^ (C^ntro^r ^457) 

Theresa Anselmo $ 1,000.00 

R. Flatland Company 1,050.00 

Francisco Bay Office Park 786.00 

Francisco Bav Office Park 662.00 

Lowrie Paving Co., Inc. 951.28 
State Farm Mutual Auto Ins. 

and Lowell Washington 2,258.27 

Charles Wong 5,000.00 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

47. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County, File 45-77-14. (Controller ?/R0) 

Sofia Abud $ 3,500.00 #459 

Zachary Horton and 456 

Michael Davis 1,750,00 

Daniel E. Kenna 370.00 502 

Eleanor Ohman and Sashi Dalai 1,150.00 455 

Donald Wayne 1,500,00 461 

. . Art Hayward, Jr. 250.00 460 

Elsie Shamitoff 500.00 458 

Marie Tatman 1,409.40 519 

Scarlett Gordon 26,415.23 454 

Robert B. Johnson 250.00 501 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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CALENDAR 
SPECIAL MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/ COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Friday, June 24, 1977 Legislative Chambers, City Hall 8:30 A.M, 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Francois, Mendelsohn, Molinari, 

Nelder, von B ^roldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 



Hearing to consider the expenditure of Federal funds under 
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973 for public 
service employment programs under Title II and Title VI to 
include, but not be limited to, non-profit corporations. 
File 68-77-12.1 

ACTION: 



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CALENDAR 

spRCtAL mEeTTng 6f 

JOINT FINANCE/ COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Monday, June 27, 1977 Room 228, City Hall, 1:00 P- M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Francois, Mendelsohn, Molinari, 

Nelder, von B^roldlngen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 



1. Hearing to consider the expenditure of Federal funds under 
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973 for public 
service employment programs under Title II and Title VI to 
include, but not be limited to, non-profit corporations. 
File 68-77-12.1 

ACTION: 



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Finance committi 

i-' Board of Supervise 

City and County of San 

Wednesday, June 29, 1977 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, MolirL~_, ''^^WWf^tei^ig s ' 

J Ml O 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance amending Administrative Provision of the 1977-78 
Annual Appropriation Ordinance by adding Section 22 providing a 
health benefit plan for Municipal Court Judges who elect this 
coverage; an emergency measure. File 101-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $35,536, Controller - EDP, for other 
professional and special services - MSA~_pavroll systems consultant 
services. (Controller No. RO 5?4) File '101-76-232 

(Continued from 6/22/77) 
ACTION: TABLED. Substitute legislation presented in Committee 
by Controller. See File No. 101-77-6 

3. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Aaministratave Code, Article 
XV, C^sh Revolving Funds, Section 10.140, County Clerk Department, 
to increase said revolving fund to 5500.00 File 266-77 

(Continued from 6/22/77) 

_ _ 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $1,276.80, Mayor, for retroactive salaries 
and rescinding $1,276.80 from State Legislative Expense. 

File 101-77-1 (Controller No. RO 550) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance authorizing sale ot surplus City-owned property, abutters 
rights of access from Lot 24 3 Block 6160 to Manseli Street. 

File 281-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance amending Section 16.6-17.1 of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code, relating to Public Library Membership by 
adding a certain organization thereto. File 26-77-2 

'. t 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property ^rcm 
TJa Rob is on, et al, for sum of $45 ,000 for Grandview Park 
Extension. File 8^-77-8 (Controller No. RO 545) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
C & F Construction Co. for sum of $84,400 for Kite Hill. File 
84-77-9 (Controller No. RO 546) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution approving agreement between the CCSF and the U. S. cf A . 
for construction of a new air traffic control tower at S:tn Fran- 
cisco International Airport and lease of space therein for Airport 
Control Tower facilities. File 27-77-7 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



10. Resolution approving Addendum No. 8 to 1978 Community Development 
Program authorizing the use of $80,000 in contingency funds for 
physical improvements at the Yerba Buena Annex Housing Project. 
File 391-76-13 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution providing for revision to 1978 Community Development 
Program and expenditure schedules as identified with Project 
Activity A-4, supplementing efforts to rehabilitate existing 
public housing in Hunters Point Area. File 391-76-14 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Q80 Captain, Police Department. File 31-77-33. (Controller 
No. RO 552) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0380 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-34 (Controller 
No. RO 553) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
03S0 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-35 (Controller 
No. 554) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15 < Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0380 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-36 (Controller 
No. RO 555) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. " Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0380 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-37 (Controller 
No. 556) 

. ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

?7. Ordinance appropriating $64,852, Public Health, Mission MHC - 
Federal Growth, for permanent salaries and related mandatory 
fringe benefits, reroration of four posicions, abolishment of 
three positions, rescinding $66,134 from permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits, Mission MHC. File 101-77-2 
(Controller No." RO #7) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-7S, Public 

Health, reflecting restoration of tour positions and abolishment 
of three positions; a companion measure to File 101-77-2. 
File 102-77-10. (CSC 13) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 
OFF CALENDAR: 



19. 



Resolution authorizing lease with Orpheum Building Company as 
lessor for space at 1182 Market Street for Mayor's Office of 
Employment and Training. File 64-77-26 






C A L END A R 
MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Franc 



Wednesday, July 6, 1977 



Ro« 



Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, v 
Absent: Supervisor von Beroldingen 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 









Q^^u^n^yu^ 



Hearing to consider feasibility of implementation of MSA payroll 
system. File 101-77-6.1 

ACTION: HEARING HELD. 

Communication requesting resolution relative to California Federal 
Aid for Safer Off-System Roads Act Funds for fiscal year ending 
September 30, 1977 apportioned to County of San Francisco 
amounting to $190,232. File 296-77 

ACTION: Forwarded to Director, DPW, to prepare appropriate 

legislation 
Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Public Health, 
amending Section 1.35, Administrative Provisions, to delete provis- 
ion for meals at no charge for interns and residents while on duty. 
File 102-77-9 



ACTION: 



Continued to July 2/ s 1977 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, adding 
Section 1.1-D to Administrative Provisions which provides language 
to authorize technical amendments. File 102-77-14 (CSC 10) 



ACTION: 



Continued to July 27, 1977 



Ordinance amending Administrative Code, adding Section 13.62 
relating to authority of Work Furlough Administrators to enter 
into contracts with various counties for transfer and maintenance 
of work furloughees. File 287-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 42-77 (amending Business Tax 
Ordinance) by repealing Section 4 thereof, and amending Ordinance 
No. 411-76 (amending Business Tax Ordinance) by repealing Section 
4 thereof, pertaining to duration of increase of tax rates. 
File 291-77 (Feinstein) 



ACTION: 



CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 421-75 (amending Payroll Expense 
Tr.x Ordinance) by repealing Section 4 thereof, and amending 
Ordinance No. 410-76 (araending Payrcll Expense Tax Ordinance) by 
repealing Section 4 thereof, pertaining to duration of increase 
of tax rates. File 292-77 (Feinstein) 



ACTION: 



CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 412-76 (amending Parking Tax 
Ordinance) by repealing Section 3 thereof, pertaining to duration 
of increase of tax rates. File 293-77 (Molinari) 



ACTION: 



CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 



9. Ordinance appropriating $2,914,000 for Water Quality Improvement 
Trust Fund, Local Share for Grant No. C-06-1249-010; $17,157,000 
for North Shore Outfalls Consolidation, Federal, State and 
Local shares, Grant No. C-06-1254-010, Step III; $17,769,000 for 
North Shore Pump Station, Federal, State and local snares, Grant 
No. C-06-1249-010; Public Works, Bureau of Sanitary Engineering, 
rescinding $1,724,815 from North Point WPC Plant Alterations and 
Improvements Appropriation. File 101-76-252 (Controller No. 

RO 10) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Resolution authorizing the Department of City Planning to apply 
for and receive financial assistance from the U. S. Department 
of Commerce for economic development planning activities. 

File 151-77-2 (Molinari, Pelosi) 

ACTION: (CALENDARED IN ERROR) 

11. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
7334 Stationary Engineer, Fire Department. File 31-77-38 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated positions of 
two H30 Captains, Fire Department. File 31-77-39 (Controller 
No. RO 3) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated positions of 
two H40 Battalion Chiefs, Fire Department. File 31-77-40 
(Controller No. RO 5) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing execution of new leases, amendment of 
existing lease and extensions of existing leases of real property 
File 64-77-24 (Controller No. RO 8) 

ACTION- Amended as follows: Page 1, line 27, delete"$650. " and 
substitute "$400." RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

15. Resolution calling a special revenue bond election in City and 
County for purpose of submitting to qualified voters the proposi- 
tion of issuing revenue bonds in the amount of $90,000,000 to 
provide funds for improvements at S. F. International Airport 
and consolidating said special revenue bond election with the 
general municipal election to be held on November 8, 1977. 

File 27-77-8 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing City and County to apply for the designa- 
tion of a Neighborhood Preservation Mortgage Assistance Area by 
the California Housing Finance Agency. File 143-77-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing the General Manager of Public Utilities 
to apply for funds reserved by the Metropolitan Transportation 
Commission for continuation of Municipal Railway Community 
Transit Services. File 194-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



18. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-15 
(Controller Nos. RO 503, 462) 



Superior 
Court No , 

670 762 

686354 

686354 



Name 

Genevieve Miller 
Sandra Hardison 
Kathleen P. Whelan 



Settlement 

$ 875.00 

80.00 

170.00 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-16 
(Controller Nos. RO 557, 560, 559, 561, 558, 562) 



Superior 
Court No. 

676-019 
686-285 
679-340 
697-772 

Municipal 
Court No. 



Name 

Paula Feingold 
Janet Chaplin 
Estelle B. Dtelaney 
Elsie Goldstein 



Settlement 

$ 750.00 

4,250.00 

750.00 

6,500.00 



742-413 
738-156 



Felin^a Mottino 
Leo Tinkler 



2,500.00 
500.00 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



20. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiff; 
against the City and County. File 48-77-9 (Controller No. 
RO 564, 563, 566) 



Name 



Amount 



ACTION: 



Reedie Blackman 
Willie J. Reagan 
Olga Purcell 

RECOMMENDED 



$617.45 
995.00 
901.00 



21. 



22. 



23. 



Application of Michael Sandor, a minor, for leave to present a 
late claim in an unknown sum. File 50-77-9 

(City Attorney recommends granting) 

ACTION- Legislation prepared in and reported out of Committee. 

RECOMMENDED 
Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated positions of 
four H30 Captain, Fire Department. File 31-77-41 (Controller 
No. RO 13) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
one H30 Captain, Fire Department. File 31-77-42 (Controller 
No. RO 14) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



CALEK 

MEETir> 

FINANCE CC 



l/O^. 



Board of Suj 'T~N "~ — 

City and County o ^J->1X4jLV^c^nV 



Wednesday, July 13, 1977 «««». ___ , M- 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Melinaifi, von Beroldingen 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $200,000, Municipal Railway, for contractual 
services; an emergency measure. File 101-77-10 (Controller No. 

RO 20) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance amending Chapter 1 of the San Francisco Administrative 
Code by adding Section 1.24 thereto, relating to hold harmless 
agreements between the United States of America, the departments 
of the Army and Navy, and the San Francisco Police Department for 
training purposes. File 300-77 

ACTION:" RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $19,989, Juvenile Court, for temporary 
salaries, Log Cabin Ranch School; rescinding $3,600 from contractual 
services, Log Cabin Ranch School, $3,600 from contractual services, 
Hidden Valley Ranch School and $12,789 from Maintenance of Minors 
appropriations. File 101-77-4 (Controller No. RO 11) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance amending Administrative Provisions of Annual Appropri- 
ation Ordinance, 1977-78, amending Section 10 and adding Section 
10.01. relative to transfer of surplus funds. File 101-77-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance appropriating $27,147, Superior Court, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits for the creation 
of 2 positions; an emergency measure. File 101-77-9 (Controller 
No. RO 15) 

Amended as follows: Reduce Calendar Control Clerk to $9,636; 
ACTION: Sr. Calendar Control Clerk to $10,560; Fringe benefits to 
$4,786; Total to $24,982. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary. Ordinance, 1977-78; reflecting 
the reclassification of two positions, Superior Court; a companion 
measure to File 101-77-9. File 102-77-16 (CSC 15) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Resolution authorizing adjustments of inventories of various 
city and county departments to reflect loss of personal property. 
File 17-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution accepting gift of Mikasa Stone Lantern valued at 
$266.25 from Sogetsu Soyo Kai of Northern California for use by 
the Strybing Arboretum. File 38-77-23 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution authorizing the Commission on Aging to enter into 
contracts with agencies to provide direct services to senior 
citizens in San Francisco. File 130-77-7 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED with the provision that the Commission stipulate 
in its contracts that transportation services are to be provided as a 
condition of the funding of the applicants. Funds to be held until 
Finance Commmittee sees that these provisions are included in the 
contracts . 



Finance Committee -> 2 - July 13, 1977 

10. Resolution authorizing execution of new leases and extension 
of existing leases of real property. File 64-77-25 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution authorizing the internal transfer of 1977 Community 
Development Block Grant Funds to provide for expansion of Mission 
Reading. Clinic Project. File 79-77-8 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution calling for contract with California Highway Patrol 
for abandoned vehicle abatement participation. File 290-77 

.REFERRED TO FINANCE COMMITTEE 6/27/77 
ACTION: ADOPTED IN BOARD 6/27/77 

13. Resolution approving certain new expenditure categories in the 
allocation of Federal Funds under Title II, Public Works Employ- 
ment Act of 1976. File 68-76-45.4 (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



CALENDAR 



' 



MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisors 

JU 



_ty Librarian. City and County of San Francisco 

/] [vAJXJ^^^ '? l y 2 °y !977 Room 228, City Hall - 2 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Moixnari , von Beroldingen 
r 

\,JLf Committee Clerk: Florence White 

f.Jt 

1. Ordinance appropriating $207,085, Water Department, for over- 
time, Crafts, temporary salaries, contractual services, mater- 
ials and supplies. File 101-77-7 (Controller No. RO 19) 

Amended bv reducing Materials and Supplies to $10,000. 
ACTION: Reduce total to $197,085. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $5,000, Parking Authority, for addit- 
ional costs in preparation of EIR to determine feasibility of 
public off-street parking facility. File 101-77-8 
(Controller No. RO 18) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

3. Ordinance amending Municipal Code, Part III, Section 215, pro- 
viding a late charge for failure to obtain annual dog license 
before September 1 of any year. File 297-77 






ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



4. Resolution accepting gift of $25 and $50 from Laura E. Fulkerson 
and Clarence N. Cormier, respectively, for use by District 
Attorney for Consumer Fraud/White Collar Crime Unit. File 38-77-24 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



5. Resolution accepting gift of pedestal for King Carlos III Statue, 
Justin Herman Plaza, from Bechtel Corporation for use by 
Recreation and Park Department. File 38-77-25 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Resolution authorizing extension of sublease with Economic 
Opportunity Council, Sublessor, for space located at 2225 Mission 
Street for Community Outreach Project and extension of lease with 
Phelan Company, Lessor, for seventh floor at 1095 Market Street 
for Commission on Aging offices. File 64-77-27 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Resolution authorizing lease with MacMurray Pacific, Lessor, for 
space located at 560 Seventh Street for Victims and Witness 

- . Assistance Program offices. File 64-77-28 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of Holzmueller 
Corporation against the City and County for $597.75. 
File 48-77-11 (Controller No. RO 571) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution authorizing settlement of litigation of Lillie Warren 
against the City and County for $3,500. File 45-77-17 
(Controller No. RO 570) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee 



- 2 - 



July 20, 1977 



10. 



11. 



Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 48-77-10 

Name Amount 

California Casualty Co. (John Ward) $ 501. 
California State Automobile Ass'n 

(Gloria Tong) 1,244.43 

ACTION: Recommended. 

Application of Paul Rodrigues for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for personal iniury in the amount 
of $30,100. File 50-77-22 



(City Attorney recommends granting) 
ACTION: Granted. Legis prprd in Cmte. RECOMMENDED 

12. Application of Dawn E. Nystrom for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for personal injury in the amount 
of $25,000. File 50-77-23 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: Denied. Legis prprd in Cmte. RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance calling and providing for special election on Tuesday, 
November 8, 1977 for submission to the electorate of the follow- 
ing proposed bond indebtedness: $9,270,000 for improvements to 
Recreation and Park Department; $6,000,000 for improvements to 
Fire Department, including a fire boat; fixing rate of interst 
of said bonds, and providing for levy and collection of taxes 

to pay both principal and interest thereof; prescribing for 
notice of such election and consolidating with General Municipal 
Election. File 256-77-1 (Von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Letter to Recreation and Park Department 

inquiring as to reason for their absence at this meeting. 



C A L E N D A 
MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITT; 
Board of Supervlsi JjO CU^fY\l/ftyi<0 
City and County of San ] 

Monday, July 25, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 1 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Public 
Health, amending Section 1.35, Administrative Provisions, 
to delete provision for meals at no charge for interns and 
residents while on duty. File 102-77-9 

(Continued from July 6, 1977) 

ACTION: Continued to August 3, 1977 

2. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, adding 
Section 1.1-D to Administrative Provisions which provides 
language to authorize technical amendments. File 102-77-14 

(Continued from July 6, 1977) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED - 

. 3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Public 

Works, Traffic Engineering Division , reflecting classification 
of one new position. File 102-77-21 (CSC 17) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $30,880, Juvenile Court, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits; rescinding $30,880 
from permanent salaries and Maintenance of Minors appropriation 
for reclassification of three positions. File 101-77-11 
(Controller No. RO 17) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance approving lease for establishing and operating boat 

• ' rental and refreshment concession at Lake Merced Sports Center, 

Harding Road. File 62-77-1 

ACTION: Continued to August 3, 1977 

6. Resolution to provide for budget revision to 1977 Community 
Development RAP Program to recognize and implement payment 
procedures to reimburse Bureau of Engineering for assistance 
in code enforcement inspections services. File 79-77-9 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Resolution to provide for budget revision to 1977 Community 
Development Program for work order services of City Attorney 
File 79-77-10 

. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution en 
of grant by 
Passenger Tr 
way and Golden Gate Ferry. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 




Finance Committee - 2 - July 27, 1977 

9. Resolution fixing patient day rates for services furnished by 
City and County institutions and rescinding Resolution No. 
828-76. File 303-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Resolution authorizing transfer of 1977 Community Development 
Funds in the amount of $200,125 to allow the Mayor to contract 
for certain Model Cities activities for which said contingency 
funds were reserved for period July 1, 1977 through January 31, 
1978. File 79-77-7 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Application of Laurie Hendricks for leave to present late 
claim against the City and County for personal injury in the 
amount of $60,000 plus. File 50-77-24 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: Denied. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED 

12. Hearing to consider establishment of a Special Fund for M. H. 
de Young Museum, said fund to be recipient of portion of ad- 
mission fees for King Tut Exhibit, in order to provide funds 
for special air conditioning of rooms where exhibit will be 
housed, per condition imposed by Egyptian Government. 

File 305-77 (Molinari) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Legislation prepared in and reported 
out of Committee. Amended as follows: Page 2, 
line 4, after "$120,000.00" insert "per fiscal year"; 
after "a" insert "cumulative". RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 
SEE FILE 315-77 FOR LEGISLATION. 



CALENDAR 
SPECIAL MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/ COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Monday, July 25, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 P. M. 

Present: . Supervisors Barbagelata, Francois, -Me n d ctechn , Molinari, 
.' ; . . ;;: 4te-Wef , von Beroldingen 

Absent: i : Supervisors Mendelsohn, Nelder 

1. Ordinance amending Chapter 20, Article I of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code, pertaining to administration of aid and 
care to indigent and dependent poor, and adopting maximum 
shelter amounts for continued eligibility. File 304-77 
(Francois) 

• ACTION: CONTINUED TO AUGUST 3, 1977 



CALENDAR 
SPECIAL MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/ COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 
Board of. Supervisors 
City and County of^San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 3, 1977 Room 228, City Hall, 1:30 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Francois, Mendelsohn, Molinari, 

Nelder, von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance amending Chapter 20, Article I of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code, pertaining to administration of aid and 
care to indigent and dependent poor, and adopting maximum 
shelter amounts for continued eligibility. File 304-77 
(Francois) 

(Continued from July 25, 1977) 
ACTION: 



t'j BOARD OF SUPERVISORS nilP . 

Room 2 35 City Hall 
San Francisco 94102 
558-3184 

August 4, 1977 

NOTICE OF MATTERS CALLED OUT OF COMMITTEE 



TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 

Notice is hereby given that the following matters have 
been called out of the. Finance Committee: 

Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 245-68 (Business Tax 
Ordinance) by amending Sections 2.2, 4.01, 4.02. 4.03, 
4.04, 4.05, 4.06, 4.07, 4.09, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12, 4.13, 
4.15, 5.1 and 14 thereof, pertaining to tax rates, 
monetary exemption and time for action; effective 
January 1, 1977. File 291-77 

Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 275-70 (Payroll Expense 
Tax Ordinance) by amending Siction 3 thereof, pertaining 
to imposition of tax; effective January 1, 1977. 
File 292-77 

Ordinance amending Section 602, Part III, Municipal Code, 
pertaining to imposition of tax on occupancy of parking 
space in parking stations by increasing rate of tax to 
fifteen percent (15%); establishing operative date of 
August 1, 1977. File 293-77 

These matters will appear on the Board of Supervisors' 
calendar for Monday, August 15, 1977 at 2:00 p.m., to be held 
in the Legislative Chambers, Second Floor, City Hall, at which 
time it will be considered by the full Board. 

Attendance of all interested persons at the Board meeting 
is cordially invited. 



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Board of-Supervisors AJ^Pl '.; / .. , 
City and County of San Franci 

Wednesday, August 10, 1977 Room 228, City Hall, 1:30 P. M, 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelafea, Francois, Mendelsohn, Molinari, 

Nelder, von Beroldingen 
Absent: Supervisors Barbagelata, Mendelsohn 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance amending Chapter 20, Article I of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code, pertaining to administration of aid and 
care to indigent and dependent poor, and adopting maximum 
shelter amounts for continued eligibility. File 304-77 
(Francois) 

(Continued from July 25, 1977) 

ACTION: Substitute legislation presented in Committee by 

City Attorney. Amended as follows: Page 3, line 28, 
after "find" insert "and shall continue to seek". 
Page 4, line 5, after "event" insert "the recipient 
is able to locate such housing or". Page 4, line 8, 
after "nuisance" insert "or in which a proceeding is 
pending wherein it is alleged that a public nuisance 
exists". CONTINUED TO AUGUST 31, 1977 






L, n L, 1U IN L> M K. 

MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 
0,J?iT Board of Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 10, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbwgeietfl , Molinari, von Beroldingen 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $40,000, Water Department, for overtime, 
crafts and contractual services; an emergency measure. 

File 101-77-17 (Controller No. RO 34) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Public 
Health Department, by amending Section 1.35 of Administrative 
Provisions to delete provision providing meals at no charge 

for interns and residents while on duty. File 102-77-9 (CSC No. 9) 

(Continued from July 25, 1977) 
Amended as follows: Line 22, after "duty" insert 
ACTION: "and that interns and residents employed at San Francisco 

General .Hospital shall receiYe c the. same .meal benefits, as those 

3. OrdinancePi$t8v4niyita e f^s^ 

XAJSvVfifW'iS boat rental and refreshment concession at the Lake Merced Sports 

Center, Harding Road, San Francisco, California. File 62-11-1 

(Continued from July 25, 1977) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance appropriating $28,639, Juvenile Court, for permanent 
salaries; rescinding $28,639 from permanent salaries, Maintenance 
of Minors Appropriation; for reclassification of one position. 
File 101-77-13 (Controller No. RO 23) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO AUGUST 17, 1977 

5. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
establishment of one new classification and allocation of one 
position authorized in the 1977-78 Budget thereof, Juvenile 
Court; a companion measure to File 101-77-13 (CSC 22) File 
102-77-23 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO AUGUST 17, 1977 

6. Ordinance appropriating $174,506, Sheriff, for permanent salaries, 
materials, supplies, court ordered safety equipment; rescinding 
$177,375 from permanent salaries; abolishment of 10 positions 
and creation of 9 positions. File 101-77-14 (Controller No. 

RO 24) 

Amended as follows: Reduce perm salaries from $133,172 to 
ACTION - $117,355; mandatory fringe benefits (State retirement) from 

$35,203 to $31,022; Total from $174,506 to $148,377. RECOMMENI 

7. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
reclassification of 9 positions in the Sheriff's Department, 
effective July 1, 1977; a companion measure to File 101-77-14. 
File 102-77-6 (CSC No. 6) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
reclassification of one position, Sheriff 's .Department , effective 
July 1, 1977; a companion measure to File 101-77-14. File 102-77-4 
(CSC No. 5) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

ir- 9. Ordinance appropriating $8,870, San Francisco Airport, for 

temporary salaries for vacation replacement. File 101-77-15 
(Controller No. R0 27) 



10. Ordinance appropriating $4,354 for permanent salaries and 
related mandatory fringe benefits and rescinding $4,354 from 
temporary salaries and materials and supplies for the reclassi- 
fication of 1 position, employees' Retirement System. 

File 101-77-12 (Controller No. RO 21) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance appropriating $21,432 for permanent salaries and 
rescinding $22,146 for permanent salaries and related mandatory 
fringe benefits for the reclassification of one position, 

Fire Department. File 101-77-16 (Controller No. RO 28) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
classification of 1 new position in a new class for the San 
Francisco Fire Department; a companion measure to File 101-77-16 
File 102-77-19 (CSC No. 18) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
4322 Cashier III, Treasurer. File 31-77-43 (Controller No. 
RO 22) 

ACTION: TABLED 

15 Resolution accepting gift of $833 from Project Child Abuse for 
Mayor's Criminal Justice Council. File 38-77-26 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from Cultural News Service for Neighborhood Arts Program. 
File 160-77-4 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO AUGUST 17, 1977 

17. Resolution authorizing Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from Zellerbach Family Fund for Neighborhood Arts Program. 
File 160-77-5 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO AUGUST 17, 1977 

18. Resolution authorizing Chief of Police to apply for and accept 
grant funds from U. S. Dept. of Justice, Law Enforcement Assist- 
ance Administration, for a project entitled "Communications 
Command Control Improvement Program," and expressing intent to 
approve budget items in Police Department's annual budget for the 
subsequent three fiscal years to complete the project. File 158-77-3 

Amended as follows: Line 6, delete "Subsequent three fiscal 
ACTION: years" and substitute "1978-79 Fiscal Year to complete the 
project." RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

19. Resolution accepting gift of $346 from Institutional Transporta- 
tion Project for use by Sheriff's Department to provide trans- 
portation for families of inmates to County Jail and other penal 
institutions. File 38-77-2 ^ 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO AUGUST 17, 1977 

20. Resolution authorizing lease with Angelo Antonini as lessor for 
space located at 3450 Geary Blvd. for Citizens' Safety Project, 
Police Department. File 64-77-29 (Controller No. RO 26) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Resolution authorizing lease with M. K. Blake Estate Company, 
lessor, for space located at 2940 - 16th Street, for Citizens' 
Safety Project. File 64-77-30 (Controller No. RO 29) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



finance ^ommiLLee - J - August ju, iy// 

22. Resolution authorizing lease with M. K. Blake Estate Company, 
lessor, for space located at 2940 - 16th Street, for Citizens' 
Safety Project. File 64-77-31 (Controller No. RO 30) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Resolution authorizing lease with Orpheum Building Co. , lessor, 
for space located at 1182 Market Street, for Mayor's Office of 
Employment and Training. File 64-77-32 (Controller No. RO 32) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Resolution authorizing lease with Raymond and Bernice Moresi, 
lessors, for spaces located at 1748 and 1772 Market Street, for 
Mayor's Office of Employment and Training. File 64-77-33 
(Controller No. RO 35) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

25. Resolution approving rental rate for option period for lease 
with U. S. Army for Microwave Station. File 65-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

26. Resolution authorizing extension of agreement between California 
Department of Navigation and Ocean Development and City and 
County to complete the Marine Improvement Program. File 278-76-1 

Amended as follows: Line 15, delete "August 1, 1978" and 
ACTION: substitute "June JO, 1981." RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. . 

27. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for resurfacing Potrero Avenue, 
21st Street to Army Street. File 103-77-7 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

28. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to apply for and 
accept Federal funds for resurfacing Turk Street, Buchanan 
Street to Broderick Street; and Turk Boulevard, Baker Street to 
Arguello Boulevard. File 103-77-8 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

29. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to apply for and 
accept Federal funds for resurfacing and reconstruction of 
Church Street, 22nd Street to 30th Street. File 103-77-9 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

30. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Works to apply for and 
accept Federal funds for upgrading of transit preferential 
treatments on Geary Street, Market Street to Gough Street; 
O'Farrell Street, Market Street to Franklin Street; Starr King 
Way, Franklin Street to Gough Street; Sutter Street, Market 
Street to Gough Street; Post Street, Market Street to Gough 
Street; Clay Street, Powell Street to Sansome Street; and 
Sacramento Street, Drumm Street to Larkin Street. File 103-77-10 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

31. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of 
the City and County against Park'N Fly by acceptance of the 
sum of $1,000. File 49-77-8 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 4 - August 10, 1977 

32. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of General 
Electric Co. against the City and County. File 48-77-12 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

33. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-18 
(Controller Nos . RO 572, 573, 31) 

Superior 

Court No . Plaintiff Settlement 

697728 Aliitasi E. Faoa $ 5,000 

690628 Willie Tolliver 2,000 

697399 L. K. Comstock & Co. 35,930 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 5 - . August 10, 1977 



ADDENDUM TO CALENDAR: 

34. Ordinance amending Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 1977-78 to 
r^fl°ct revenue and expenditure appropriation adjustments to 
meet requirements for fiscal year 1977-78 for Police and Fire 
Departments under provisions of Charter Section 8.405. 

File 101-77-20 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

35. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, for Police 
and Fire Departments, to provide rates of compensation effective 
July 1, 1977 for classes subject to the provisions of Charter 
Section 8.405; a companion measure to File 101-77-20. 

File 102-77-32 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

36. Ordinance amending Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 1977-78, to 
reflect revenue and expenditure appropriation adjustments to 
meet requirements for fiscal year 1977-78 for Platform employees 
under Charter Section 8.404 and for related promotive classes 
under Charter Sections 8.400 and 8.401. File 101-77-21 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

37. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, by adjusting 
compensation schedules for Platform employees of the Municipal 
Railway effective July 1, 1977; a companion measure to File 
101-77-21. File 102-77-33 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

38. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, various 
departments, Transportation Promotive Series, reflecting an 
adjustment of salary schedules effective July 1, 1977; a companion 
measure to File 101-77-21. File 102-77-34 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 






CALENDAR 
MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITT: ci( - Librarian 
Board of Supervisi J 
City and County of San '. 

Wednesday, August 17, 1977 Ri 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinaii., vuu Deroiuingen 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $28,639, Juvenile Court, for permanent 
salaries; rescinding $28,639 from permanent salaries, Maintenance 
of Minors Appropriation; for reclassification of one position. 
File 101-77-13 (Controller No. RO 23) 

(Continued from August 10, 1977) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Letter to CSC requesting examination be 
given and that requisition be held 

2. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
establishment of one new classification and allocation of one 
position authorized in the 1977-78 Budget thereof, Juvenile 
Court; a companion measure to File 101-77-13 (CSC 22) 

File 102-77-23 

(Continued from August 10, 1977) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Resolution authorizing Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from Cultural News Service for Neighborhood Arts Program. 
File 160-77-4 

(Continued from August 10, 1977) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Resolution authorizing Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from Zellerbach Family Fund for Neighborhood Arts Program. 
File 160-77-5 

(Continued from August 10, 1977) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Resolution accepting gift of $346 from Institutional Transporta- 
tion Project for use by Sheriff's Department to provide trans- 
portation for families of inmates to County Jail and other penal 
institutions. File 38-77-2 

(Continued from August 10, 1977) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO AUGUST 24, 1977 

6. Ordinance approving and authorizing execution of 1977 amended 
ground lease and 1977 amended park lease between the City and 
County, Recreation and Park Commission, and S. F. Stadium, Inc.; 
approving indenture and 1977 amended agreement of trust between 
S. F. Stadium, Inc., and Bank of America as trustee, all related 
to refunding of Recreation Center Revenue Bonds issued for re- 
construction and improvement of Candlestick Park Stadium. 

File 325-77 

ACTION: AMENDED. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. See file for details 






7. Ordinance appropriating $51,500, Controller, for professional 
and special services. File 101-77-18 (Controller No. RO 37) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution granting Board of Supervisors approval of proposed 
Animal Control Officer contract and authorizing the Chief 
Administrative Officer to execute contract with SF Society for 
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. File 59-77-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property known as 
Assessor's Block 7014, Lot 8, City and County of San Francisco 
known as 955 Capitol Avenue, San Francisco, and owned by 
Thomas and Mary Williams. File 3-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Resolution authorizing release of lien, property known as 
Assessor's Block 2835, Lot 33, 49 Dellbrook Avenue, San 
Francisco, owned by Daniel J. Lynch. File 3-75-4.1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position 
of 1118 Commercial Division Manager, Water Department. 

File 31-77-44 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution accepting gift of $40,950 from United Way of Bay Area 
for use by Social Services Department for training and rehabili- 
tation services for mentally retarded adults. File 38-77-28 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution accepting gift of $12,085 from United Way of Bay Area 
for use by Social S°rvices Department for training and rehabili- 
tation services for mentally retarded adults. File 38-77-29 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing lease with Glide Foundation, lessor, for 
space at 330 Ellis Street for Police Department. File 64-77-34 
(Controller No. RO 36) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution approving new expenditure categories in allocation of 
Federal funds under Local Public Works Capital Development and 
Investment Program. File 68-76-45.5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to expend grant funds from 
U. S. Department of Commerce, Round II of Local Public Works 
Capital Development and Investment Program. File 68-77-14 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing Director of Planning to receive funds 
from California Department of Vocational Rehabilitation to 
create career development opportunity position. File 151-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



18. Resolution approving and consenting to lease of Airport lands 
to SF Community College District. File 27-77-9. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Resolution approving Addendum No. 3 to 1977 Community Development 
Program, allocating $75,000 to providle local match for Small 
Business Administration Urban Neighborhood Revitalization Program, 
and authorizing Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Economic Develop- 
ment to implement. File 79-77-12 

Amended as follows: Line 1, page 1, change "3" to "5"; 
ACTION: line 24, change "3" to "5"; page 2, line 6, change "3" to 
"5". RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

20. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-19 
(Controller Nos. RO 575, 576, 577) 

Superior 

Court No. Plaintiff Settlement 

649044 Marjorie Higgins and 

Herminio Brillon $ 1,500 

680787 Virginia McKeag 2,000 

634981 Helen Pearl Dawson 850 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Application of Hermann Raab for leave to file a late claim 
against the City and County. File 50-77-28 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION- DENIED. LEGISLATION PREPARED IN AND REPORTED OUT OF 
COMMITTEE. RECOMMENDED. 

22. Application of Mary D. Monroe for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for personal injuries in the amount 
of $50,564.25. File 50-77-26 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 
DENIED. LEGISLATION PREPARED IN AND REPORTED OUT OF 
ACTION: COMMITTEE. RECOMMENDED. 

23. Communication from Controller, requesting release of $35,536, 
EDP, for other profession and special services, MSA Payroll 
Systems Consultant Services approved by Finance Committee, 
File 101-77-6 on June 29, 1977, Finally Passed by Board on 
July 11, 1977 and approved by Mayor, July 13, 1977. 

File 101-77-6.2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO AUGUST 24, 1977 



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' MEETING OF . Public Library 

■5 FINANCE COMMITTEE Civic Center 

Board of-Supervisors ' • ' Sa:1 Francis |? i i CA 9 ''' 10 ? 
City and County ofjjan Francisco i*i*ijratt<M 

Wednesday, August 24, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $70,000, Public Defender, for temporary 
salaries and use of employees' cars; an emergency measure. 
File 101-77-25 (Controller No. RO 50) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution accepting gift of $346 from Institutional Transporta- 
tion Project for use by Sheriff's Department to provide trans- 
portation for families of inmates to County Jail and other 
penal institutions. File 33-77-2 

(Continued from August 17, 1977) 

ACTION: 

3. Communication from Controller, requesting release of $35,536, 
EDP, for other professional and special services, MSA Payroll 
Systems Consultant Services. File 101-77-6.2 

(Continued from August 17, 1977) 

ACTION: 

4. Hearing to consider proposal that detailed cost study of 
Controller's EDP Center be undertaken by Computer Sciences 
Corporation, working for and under supervision of SPUR to 
determine if City could reduce its costs and improve EDP 
services. File 333-77 (Molinari) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance , 1977-78, Real 
Estate, reflecting es tablishment of one new classification and 
allocation of three positions authorized in 1977-78 budget 
thereto. File 102-77-26 (CSC No. 25) 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
32.82 pertaining to term of hardship loans. File 143-77-5 

ACTION: 

7. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus Public Utilities phone 
line easement located in San Mateo County. File 321-77-1 

ACTION: 

8. Ordinance authorizing exchange of certain easements between 
the City and County and Valley Title Company. File 322-77 

ACTION: 

9. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property 
from Twin Peaks Land Company for $650,000 required for Open 
Space and renovation of existing facilities (Tank Hill 
Project). File 84-77-10 (Controller No. RO 33) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 2 - August 24, 1977 

10. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Carl and 
Leah McConnell, as lessors, for space at 1212 Market Street 
for City Attorney's Code Enforcement Office. File 64-77-35 
(Controller No. RO 42) 

ACTION: 

11. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Fireman's 
Insurance Co. , as lessor, for space at 149 California Street 
for use by San Franciscans for a Cleaner City (Mayor's Office), 
File 64-77-36 (Controller No. RO 43) 

ACTION: 

12. Resolution authorizing cancellation of taxes, assessments, 
penalties, costs, tax liens and tax sales on certain property 
acquired by the City and County between 1973 and 1975. 

File 201-77-10 (Controller No. RO 44) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-20 

Municipal 

Cour t No. Plain tiff Settlement 

737-134 Mike Williams $ 750 

732-310 Glenn Wong 750 

Superior 
Court No . 

693718 Oscar Warner 6,000 

ACTION: 

14. Application of Theresa A. Mansfield for leave to present late 
claim against the City and County for personal injuries in 
the amount of $100,000. File 50-77-29 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: 

15. Communication requesting tax refund of property taxes levied 
against San Francisco's Architectural Heritage, Block 600, 
Lot 2, 2007 Franklin Street, for years of 1973-74, 1974-75, 
1975-76 and 1976-77; in the total amount of $16,827.79 with 
interest as allowed by law. File 201-77-9 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: 



CALENDAR 
SPECIAL MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE /COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday, August 31, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Francois, Mendelsohn, Molinari, 

Nelder, von Beroldingen 

1. Ordinance amending Chapter 20, Article I of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code, pertaining to administration of aid and 
care to indigent and dependent poor, and adopting maximum 
shelter amounts for continued eligibility. File 304-77 
(Francois) 

(Continued from July 25, 1977) 

ACTION: 



#1 

* CALE NDAR 

MEETING OF 
V FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Board otvSupervisora 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, .August 31, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Mollnarl, von Beroldlngen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $1,058,500, Water Department, for 
contractual services and purchase of water; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-31 (Controller No. RO 61) 

ACTION: 

2. Hearing to consider proposal that detailed cost study of 
Controller's EDP Center be undertaken by Computer Sciences 
Corporation, working for and under supervision of SPUR to 
determine if City could reduce its costs and Improve EDP 
services. File 333-77 (Mollnari) 



(Continued from August 24, 1977) 



ACTION: 



3. Ordinance .appropriating $254,861,000, Public Works, Southeast 
Water Pollution Control Plant expansion and rescinding $500,000 
from relocation costs, Southeast Sewage Treatment Plant 
expansion appropriation. File 101-77-29 (Controller No. RO 58) 

ACTION: 

4. Ordinance appropriating $52,628,775, Public Works, for North 
Shore Outfalls Consolidation. File 101-77-30 (Controller No. 
RO 59) 

ACTION: 

5. Resolution confirming acceptance of grant offer C-06-1109-110 
funding for Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant. File 
164-77-8 

ACTION: 

6. Resolution confirming acceptance of amended grant offer 
C-06-1098-110 funding for Richmond-Sunset Interim Solids 
Handling Facilities. File 164-77-10 

ACTION: 

7. Resolution approving application for Federal Land and Water 
Conservation Funds for $50,000 matching grant by Recreation and 
Park for development of the Kelloch-Velaso Block. File 327-77-1 

ACTION: 

8. Resolution approving application for Federal Land and Water 
Conservation Funds for $50,000 matching grant by Recreation 
and Park for development of the Knudsen property. File 327-77-2 

ACTION: 

9. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 245-68 (Business Tax Ordinance) 
by adding thereto Saction 5.2 establishing a tax moratorium for 
newly established businesses. File 291-77-1 (Feinstein) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 2 - August 31, 1977 

10. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 275-70 (Payroll Expense Tax 
Ordinance) by adding Section 6A thereto, establishing tax 
moratorium for newly established businesses. File 292-77-1 

ACTION: 

11. Ordinance appropriating $3,000, Sheriff, for Special Maintenance 
Fund. File 101-77-23 (Controller No. RO 45) 

ACTION: 

12. Ordinance appropriating $448,000, Parking Authority, for 
contractual services. File 101-77-24 (Controller No. R0 49) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance authorizing transfer of additional lands to the U.S.A. 
for Inclusion in Golden Gate National Recreation Area. 

File 120-75-3 

ACTION: 

14. Consideration of ballot arguments "For" $9,270,000 bond for 
improvements to Recreation and Park Department; $6,000,000 
bond for improvements to Fire Department. File 256-77-2 

ACTION: 

15. Consideration of ballot arguments '^gainst" $9,270,000 bond 
for improvements to Recreation and Park Department; $6,000,000 
bond for improvements to Fire Department. File 256-77-3 

ACTION: 

bond 

16. Consideration of ballot arguments "For" $22 ,575 ,000/for additions 
to and Improvement of Fire Protection System. File 257-77-1 

ACTION: 

17. Consideration of ballot arguments "Against" $22,575,000 bond for 
additions to and improvement of Fire Protection System. 

File 257-77-2 

ACTION: 

18. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the 
fiscal year 1977-78 to correct clerical errors, various departments. 
File 101-77-26 (Controller No. R0 41 ) 

ACTION: 

19. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for fiscal 
year ]977-^8 to correct clerical errors, various departments (II) 
File 101-77-32 (Controller No. RO ) 

ACTION: 

20. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for fiscal 
year 1977-78 to correct clerical errors, various departments (III) 
File 101-77-33 (Controller No. R0 ) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 3 - August 31, 1977 

21. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the 
fiscal year 1977-78; giving effect to revenue changes pursuant 

to Charter Section 6.208; amending various appropra tions , various 
departments; adjusting appropriations to provide for changed 
employee retirement rates; adjusting appropriations to meet re- 
quirements of 1977 State Statutes for the Bay Area Air Pollution 
Control District; for sewer service charges to be paid pursuant 
to Part II, Chapter X, Articles 4.1 and 4.2 of the San Francisco 
Municipal Code (Public Works Code); for salary adjustments of 
employees in the Municipal Court and Superior Court; for county 
share, Medi-Cal; for county share, State Supplementary Program; 
adjusting appropriations for the Art Commission pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.400; and adjustment of expenditure support for 
street cleaning; as a prerequisite to levy a tax pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.208. File 101-77-34 

ACTION: 

22. Ordinance providing revenues and levying taxes for City and 
County purposes for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1978. 
File 74-77-1 

ACTION: 

23. Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes for San Francisco 
Unified School District purposes for the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1978. File 74-77-2 

ACTION: 

24. Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes for San Francisco 
Community College District purposes for the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1978. File 74-77-3 

ACTION: 

25. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds for Employabillty Training Program. File 68-77-15 

ACTION : 

26. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to submit to the U. S. Depart- 
ment of Labor, a prime sponsor agreement for CETA programs. 
File 68-77-16 

ACTION: 

27. Resolution approving priority plan for expenditure of $2,219,583 
by Recreation and Park Department under provision of Nejedly- 
Hart State, Urban and Coastal Park Bond Act of 1976. 

File 326-77 

ACTION: 

28. Resolution authorizing amendment of existing grant applications 
with the urban mass transportation administration and accepting 
additional grant funds. File 194-77-6 

ACTION: 

29. Resolution authorizing and directing Treasurer to make necessary 
corrections on interest coupons of City and County, including 
Public School Improvement Bonds of 1973, Series B. File 328-77 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 4 - August 31, 1977 

30. Resolution authorizing Assessor to execute contract with State 
Board of Equalization for auditing services. File 329-77 

ACTION: 

31. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to apply for and 
accept funds from the Zellerbach Family Fund for the 31st 
Annual Art Festival. File 160-77-6 

ACTION: 

32. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-21 

Superior 

Court No . Plaintiff Settlement 

653-054 John S. Bolles, Inc. $ 70,000 

681-773 William D. Berkey, Jr. 1,000 

684-642 Michael J. O'Brien 15,000 

705-133 Donatlla and David Ibarra, Jr. 35,000 

ACTION: 

33. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 48-77-13 (Controller Nos. 

RO 581, 582) 

Plainti ff A mount 

Richard Washington $ 750.00 

Conrad W. Yee 977.27 

ACTION: 

34. Application of Ignacia L. Jensen for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for property damage in the amount 

of $200. File 50-77-25 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 
ACTION: 

35. Application of Ullana Malaspina for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for personal injuries in the amount 
of $300,000. File 50-77-27 

(City Attorney recommends granting) 

ACTION: 



MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTF* 
Board of Supervis 
City and County of San 

Wednesday, September 7, 1977 Ro Ci tu t -u 

J > r y ^icy Librarian 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinar 
\ Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $2,000, Board of Supervisors, for 
services of other departments, to provide for an actuarial 
study concerning proposed Charter amendment to add Section 
8.538; an emergency measure. (Controller No. RO 62) 

File 101-77-35 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $14,150, Juvenile Court, Log Cabin 
Rpnch School, for permanent salaries and related mandatory 

/ fringe benefits for creation of one position; an emergency 

measure. File 101-77-36 (Controller No. RO 63) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

. • 3. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 245-68 (Business Tax Ordinance) 
! * by adding thereto Siction 5.2 establishing a tax moratorium for 

newly established businesses. File 291-77-1 (Feinstein) 

(Continued from August 31, 1977) 

, ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

4. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 275-70 (Payroll Expense Tax 
Ordinance) by adding Section 6A thereto, establishing tax 
moratorium for newly established businesses. File 292-77-1 
(Feinstein) 

(Continued from August 31, 1977) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

5. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Twin Peaks Land Company for $650,000; required for Open Space and 
renovation of existing recreational facilities. File 84-77-10 

(Rereferred to Committee by Board 8/29/77) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/28/77 

6. Ordinance appropriating $400, Department of Electricity, for 
equipment and rescinding $400 from the Reserve for Overhead 
appropriation. File 101-77-28 (Controller No. RO 56) 

ACTION:' RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
the enumeration of five positions in the City Attorney's office. 
File 102-77-18 (CSC 20) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Resolution authorizing lease with 814 Mission Street Company, 
Lessor, for space at 814 Mission Street, for District Attorney's 
Office. File 64-77-37 (Controller No. RO 54) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Resolution authorizing lease with Orpheum Building, Lessor, for 
space at 1182 Market Street, for Controller's Office. 

File 64-77-38 (Controller No. RO 52) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 2 - September 7, 1977 

10. Resolution approving Addendum No. 9 to the 1976 Community 
Development Program and Addendum No. 6 to the 1977 Community 
Development Program, authorizing certain project activities to 
be undertaken as part of the Neighborhood Bicentennial Awards 
Program. File 79-77-13 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution authorizing the Director of City Planning to apply 
for, receive and expend $29,000 from ABAC to evaluate the 
Environmental Management Plan. File 151-77-4 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/14/77 

12. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Office of Community Develop- 
ment to transfer funds from the RAP Program Reserve to the 
FACE Program. File 391-76-12.1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/14/77 

13. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the 
City and County. File 45-77-2 (Controller No. RO 585) 

Superior 

Court No . Plainti ff Settlement 

664-910 Gregory Najera, Eli 

Najera, Peter Salindong $5,000 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 48-77-14 

Name Amount 

California State 

Automobile Association $ 519.66 
Mary's Help Hospital 5,610.70 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE City l±u r 
Board, of Supervisors rar "ian 

City and County of San Frar 

Wednesday, |eptember 14, 1977 Pvoom 228, . 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, ven-Beroldingen 
Absent: Supervisor von Beroldingen 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal funds for employability training program. File 68-77-15 

(Rereferred to Committee by Board 9/C/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

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3. Resolution authorizing the Director of City Planning to apply 
for, receive and expend $29,000 from ABAC to evaluate the 
Environmental Management Plan. File 151-77-4 

(Continued from 9/7/77) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

4. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Office of Community Develop- 
ment to transfer fundi- from the RAP Program Reserve to the 
FACE Program. File 391-76-12.1 

(Continued from 9/7/77) 
Letter to Mayor advising Cmte has reallocated funds with the 
ACTION:understanding that Mayor has made a cmtmnt to place these funds 
back in the 78/79 budget. RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 245-68, (Business Tax Ordinance), 
pertaining to rate of tax, monetary exemption, small business 
exemption and time for action, amending severability clause, and 
amending findings and declarations thereof; effective January 1, 
1977. File 291-77-2 (Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 275-70 (Payroll Expense Tax 
Ordinance) pertaining to imposition of tax and small business 
exemption, amending severability clause, and amending findings 

and declarations thereof; effective January 1, 1977. File 292-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance amending Police Code, Section 1320.19, providing for 
licensing and regulation of mobile caterers and fees. File 340-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending Municipal Code, Sections 35, 120, 132.2, 248, 
249.1, 249.5, 249.6 and 279.7; relating to fees for licenses ox- 
permits for inspections by Health Department providing for 
effective date. File 341-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 2 - September 14, 1977 

9. Ordinance amending Health Code, adding Section 659, and Part III, 
Municipal Code, adding Sections 1.75 and 249.13, relating to 
permits from Health Department and fees for use of water wells. 
File 342-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance amending Health Code, adding Section 489, relating to 
fees, penalti4s, regulations and inspections for permits and 
licenses pertaining to dairy and milk inspection, permit or 
license, providing for effective date. File 343-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
classification of one new position, Juvenile Court. File 102-77-29 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff of the City and County of San 
Francisco to reapply for and accept funds from the U. s. Bureau 
of Prisons, earmarking a portion of revenues now being received 
by the City and County of San Francisco from the U. S. Bureau of 
Prisons as matching funds for the upgrading of the Jail of the 
City and County of San Francisco; rescinding Resolution No. 898-74. 
File 185-77-3 (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: Amended. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. See file for details. 

13. Resolution authorizing lease with R. P. Meehan, Lessor, for land 
known as Assessor's Block 3552, Lot 35, by Recreation and Park, for 
use as a public playground. File 64-77-39 (Controller No. RO 69) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project en- 
titled "Juvenile Justice/Delinquency Prevention Planning Grant." 
File 68-77-18 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project en- 
titled "1977-78 Part B Planning Grant." File 68-77-17 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing the Recreation and Park Department to 
apply for and accept Land and Water Conservation Funds for the 
improvement of John McLaren Park. File 327-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-23 

Superior 

Court No . Plaintiff Settlement 

680241 Clovis Forrestier $152,500 

692675 Jerome P. Hannan 1,850 

686862 Blanche Corbelli 4,500 

682669 Angeline Amezcua 2,000 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



finance Committee -j 

J " September 14, 1977 

18. Application of Lester Barnet for l,,™ *-„ 

against the City and Countv f,r . present late claim 
the amount of |?90?00 Till SO-lF-tl * ' t0 ^ ° V l ° St in 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: Denied Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. F ouc ot 






MEETING ™ 

FINANCE C0> 
Board of Supe 
City and County of 

Wednesday^,September 21, 3 977 

Present: Supervisors Barbageiata, Molx.ic 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 



City Librarian 



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POCUMENTS 

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Ordinance appropriating $94,500, Sheriff's Department, for 
services of other departments, to enlarge visitors' room at 
County Jail #2; an emergency measure. File 101-77-44 
(Controller No. RO 82) 

$82,900 of total funds to be held in reserve pending completion 
ACTION: of new design work. Balance of $11,600 be approved without 

reservation. RECOMMENDED. 
Ordinance appropriating $514,600, Sheriff s Department, for 
services of other departments, for emergency fire safety 
improvements at County Jails #2 and #4; an emergency measure. 
File 101-77-45 (Controller No. RO 83) 

$514,600 to be held in reserve pending ruling of State Fire 
ACTION: Marshal on metal fire escapes, and receipt of itemized list of 

cost of correcting problems. RECOMMENDED 
Ordinance appropriating $56',279, Department of Public Works, 
Bureau of Street Cleaning, for the continuation of the Special 
Street Cleaning Project; an emergency measure. File 101-77-46 
(Controller No. RO 85) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



Ordinance amending Part III of the San Francisco Municipal Code 
by amending Section 602 thereof relating to imposition of tax 
on the occupancy of parking space in parking stations by in- 
creasing the rate of tax to fifteen percent (157=); establishing 
an operative date of August 1, 1977. File 293-77 

(Rereferred to Committee by Board 9/6/77) 

Amended as follows: Line 5, Page 1, change August 1, 1977 to 
ACTION: "November 1, 1977". Page 2, line 1, change August 1, 1977 to 

"November 1, 1977". RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. TO BOARD 10/3/77. 
Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, various depart- 
ments, reflecting adjustment of salary schedules, effective 7/1/76 
for classes in Transportation Promotive Series. In accordance 
with provisions of formula adopted in the ordinance, Charter 
Sections 8.400 and 8.401, this amendment will provide an increase 
that represents and is closest to the percentage increase granted 
under Section 8.404 for fiscal year 1976-77, including as a dollar 
increase the dollar value to each coach and bus operator of the 
vacation, retirement and health service benefits paid into a fund 
established for such coach and bus operators. File 102-76-107 
(CSC 119) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance appropriating $48,000 for other professional and 
special services, Lone Mountain College, Department of Social 
Services. File 101-77-40 (Controller No. RO 88) (Molinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance appropriating $163,800 for the San Francisco Aid Retarded 
Citizens, Inc., Department of Social Services. File 101-77-41 
(Controller No. RO 89) (Molinari) 

Amended as follows: ■ Line 2, add "an emergency measure". 
ACTION: Li n e 15, add emergency clause. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

Ordinance appropriating $48,340 for Potrcro Hill Neighborhood 
House, Social Development and Education Center, Department of 
Social Services. File 101-77-42 (Controller No. RO 90) (Molinari) 

Amended as follows: Lino 3, add "an emergency measure". 
ACTION: Line 15, add emergency clause. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 



Finance Committee - I - September 21, 1977 

9. Ordinance appropriating $54 7,948 for the Recreation Center for 
the Handicapped, Department of Social Services; rescinding 
$136,987 from the Special Services, Handicapped Program appropri- 
ation, Recreation and Park. File 101-77-43 (Controller No. RO 95) 
(Molinari) 

Amended as follows: Line 4, add "an emergency measure." 
ACTION: Line 17 » add emergency clause. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $19,000, Public Works, for facilities to 
reappropriate funds for alterations to C.A.O. staff office, 
rescinding $19,000 from Facilities Maintenance Appropriation. 
File 101-77-37 (Controller No. RO 65) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance appropriating $644,676, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries, holiday pay, temporary salaries for creation of 26 
positions, SFGH; rescinding $644,676 from permanent salaries, 
holiday and overtime from Public Works. File 101-77-38 
(Controller No. RO 64) 

" ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
transfer of 26 positions from Public Works to Public Health; a 
companion measure to File 101-77-38. File 102-77-25 (CSC 24) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $25,107, Public Utilities, for permanent 
salaries; rescinding $25,107 from permanent salaries appropriation, - 
Data Processing Center. File 101-77-39 (Controller No. RO 60) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
the reclassification of twopositions in the Public Utilities 
Commission, Computer Center; a companion measure to File 101-77-39. 
File 102-77-20 (CSC 19) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Ordinance providing for reassessment of property damaged or 
destroyed by misfortune or calamity, in accordance with provisions 
of California Constitution Article XIII, Section 2.8, as amended 
at election of June 4, 1974, and Article XIII, Section 15, as 
implemented bv Chapter 901 of Statutes of 1972; repealing Ordinance 
No. 172-75. File 347-77 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/28/77 

16. Ordinance amending Sections 23.22 and 23.25, Administrative Code, 
increasing rental of month to month leases from $200 to $500 per 
month. File 348-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance amending Section 23.19, Administrative Code, increasing 
rental of month to month leases from $50 or less to $200 or less. 
File 350-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to contract with and accept 
Minor Capital Outlay Funds from the California State Department of 
Education on behalf of the Nihonmachi Little Friends and U.N.I.T.E. 
childcare provider agencies, and other eligible San Francisco 
childcare provider agencies desiring assistance. File 68-77-19 

Amended as follows: Page 2, line 4, add "and be it FURTHER 
ACTION: RESOLVED, That amounts to be received by other eligible child 
care provider agencies desiring assistance shall be. approved 
bythe Board of Supervisors. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 



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September 2 1 , 1977 



19. Resolution accepting gift of $750 from Herbert Martin for use by 
Police Department for a file. File 38-77-30 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/28/77 

20. Resolution authorizing agreement for acquisition for open space 
purposes by City of tax delinquent property. File 84-77-11 



ACTION: 



CONTINUED TO 9/28/77 



21. Resolution; authorizing Director of Public Works to apply for 

and accept Federal funds from the State of California to identify 
existing traffic signal and traffic sign deficiencies and to 
identify accident problem locations. File 103-77-11 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



22. Resolution authorizing Director of Planning to enter a work-study 
contract with University of California at Berkeley. File 351-77 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 9/28/77 

23. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-24 
(Controllers Nos . RO 587, 81, 79, 80.) 



Superior 
Court No. 

685-573 
706-374 
676-174 

US DC NO. 

C 75 0597 CBR 



Plaintiff 

Elizabeth Kwok-Wah Lau 
Lydia Gee < 
Kelly Tyree 



Drucilla Jones 



Settlement 

$ 2,000 
2,500 
6,500 



5,000 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 






CAU N D_A K 
SPECIAL MSETING~OF ' City Librarian 
JOINT FINANCE/COMMUNITY SERVICES 

Hoard of Supervisors' 
City and County of San Fra . 

Wednesday, September 28, 1977 Room 223, City Hall - 1:30 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Franeoia, Lau, Molinari, 

Nelder, von Beroldingen 
Absent: Supervisor Francois 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Hearing to review V7hether $65 maximum allowable monthly 
rental for general assistance recipients is feasible and 
whether rents can be deducted from their allowances and 
paid direct to their landlords in the case of recalcitrant 
tenants. File 304-77-1 (Francois) 

ACTION: Hearing held. FILED 



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MEETING 01 

^FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board ofe^Svipcrvi .sors 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday .^September 28, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $3,000, Sheriff's Department, for a 
transcription of dismissal hearing; an emergency measure. 
File 101-77-57 (Controller No. R0 114) 



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ACTION:) CONTINUED TO 10/5/77 

2. Ordinance appropriating $175,625, Police Department, for 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits to 
reflect the establishment of a new rate of pay for employees 
in Class Q35 . Assistant Inspector, with two years' services; 
an emergency measure. File 101-77-58 (Controller No. RO 74) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
establishment of new rate of pay for employees in Class Q35 , 
Assistant Inspector, with two years' service, SFPD; companion 
measure to File 101-77-58. File 102-77-44 (CSC 45) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance providing for reassessment of property damaged or 
destroyed by misfortune or calamity, in accordance with provisions 
of California Constitution Article XIII, Section 2.8, as amended 
at election of June 4, 1974, and Article XIII, Section 15, as 
implemented by Chapter 901 of Statutes of 1972; repealing Ordinance 
No. 172-75. File 347-77 

(Continued from 9/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Resolution accepting gift of $750 from Herbert Martin for use by 
Police Department for a file. File 38-77-30 

(Continued from 9/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Resolution authorizing Director of Planning to enter a work-study 
contract with University of California at Berkeley. File 351-77 

(Continued from 9/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Resolution authorizing agreement for acquisition for open space 
purposes by City of tax delinquent property. File 84-77-11 

(Continued from 9/21/77) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 



Firance Committee - 2 - September 28, 1977 

8. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property 
from Twin Peaks Land Company for $650,000; required for Open 
Space and renovation of existing recreational facilities. 
File 84-77-10. (Controller No. RO 38) 

(Rereferred to Committee by Board 8/29/77) 
(Continued from 9/7/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance authorizing transfer of additional lands to the U.S.A. 
for inclusion in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. 
Filel20-75-3 

(Rereferred to Committee by Board 9/19/77) 

ACTION- Substitute legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $27,800 for fees and other compensation 
and rescinding $27,800 from permanent salaries, platform employees 
appropriation, Municipal Railway. File 101-77-27 

(Controller No. RO 56) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance appropriating $25,376 for temporary salaries and 
related mandatory fringe benefits for temporary replacement of a 
retiring employee, rescinding $25,376 from permanent salaries 
appropriation, Municipal Railway. File 101-77-48 (Controller 
No. RO 86) (Francois) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution authorizing acquisition of property by eminent domain 
for Open Space Program. File 84-77-12 (Controller No. RO 91) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property described 
as Lot 30 in Block 29 on Map No. 1, Vista Grande, San Mateo 
County, known as 145 Westlake Ave. , Daly City and owned by 
Mrs. Clara Haynes. File 3-77-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Application of Paul Selasko for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for personal injuries, amount 
unknown. File 50-77-31 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: Denied. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 

15. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for damaged personal 
property of City employees. File 51-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Communication requesting refund of taxes, Bank of California, 
for fiscal years 1972 chrough 1976. File 201-77-1 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: Denied. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 

Committee. RECOMMENDED. 
Hearing concerning procedure by which Director to run campaign 
for Proposition "C" was selected, when this selection was made, 
by whom it was made, and other relevant matters. File 27-77-8.2 
(Kopp) 

ACTION: FILED. ( Supervisor Baibagelcta dissenting.) 



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MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Super"-' 

City and County of 5 

Wednesday, October 12, 1977 Cit ? Librarian 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Moli 
Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $10,648, Juvenile Court, for permanent 
Salaries for reclassification of one position, Log Cabin Ranch 
School. File 101-77-51. (Controller No. RO 40) 

(Continued from 10/5/77) 

ACTION: TABLED 

2. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Juvenile 
Court, reflecting classification of one position; a companion 
measure to File 101-77-51. File 102-77-40 (CSC 38) 

(Continued from 10/5/77) 

ACTION: TABLED 

3. Ordinance appropriating $153,901, Municipal Railway, for 
permanent salaries, to reflect establishment of one new classi- 
fication, retitling of an existing classification. 

File 101-77-53 (Controller No. RO 96) 

(Continued from 10/5/77) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
establishment of one new classification; retitling of an exist- 
ing classification in four departments and reallocation of 
positions, Municipal Railway, effective July 1, 1977; a companion 
measure to File 101-77-53. File 102-77-1 (CSC 1) 

---.(Continued from 10/5/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 
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5. Resolution approving Addendum No. 7 to the 1977 Community 
Development Program, authorizing use of funds for Neighborhood 
Commercial District Improvement Program. File 79-77-14 

(Continued from 10/5/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
David ^osen and Mercedez Rosen for the sum of $7,050 for Open 
Space Acquisition and Park Renovation Program (Lakeview-Ashton 
Hilltop Project). File 84-77-13 

(Continued from 10/5/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

. ' 7. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Mildred L. Freeman/Robert E. and Constance Halzing, for the sum 
i of $7,900 for Open Space Acquisition and Park Renovation Program 

(Lakeview-Ashton Hilltop Project). File 84-77-14 

(Continued from 10/5/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



8. Hearing to consider amended sewer service charge which 
became effective August 15, 1977. File 537-76-3 (Kopd) 

Legislation prprd in & rptd out or Cmte. See File 537-76-3 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Legislation prpru in a rpi_u uuc of CwJw. bee File 537W6-4 
RECOMMENJED. TO BOARD 10/24/77 
9^ Ordinance appropriating $145,866, Police Department, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, holiday pay, 
materials and supplies and special police equipment for the 
establishment of nine positions pursuant to Peremptory Write of 
Mandate 694-304 effective October 1, 1977; an emergency measure. 
File 101-77-65 (Controller No. RO 123) 

ACTION: Amended. See file for details. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
establishment of nine positions in the Police Department; a 
companion measure to File 101-77-65. File 102-77-48. (CSC 50) 



11. 



ACTION: Amended. See file for details. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

Ordinance appropriating $1,245, Juvenile Hall, for permanent 

salaries, crafts for the immediate filling of a vacated position 

of Class 7335, Senior Stationary Engineer; rescinding $1,245 

from permanent salaries appropriation, Probation Office; an 

emergency measure. File 101-77-66 (Controller No. RO 126) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance appropriating $9,384, Controller, for permanent salaries 
and rescinding $9,384 from permanent salaries and Mandatory 
Fringe Benefits Appropriation for reclassification of one position. 
File 101-77-60 (Controller No. RO 112) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
reclassification of one vacant position in the Controller's Office; 
a companion measure to File 101-77-60. File 102-77-38 (CSC 39) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance appropriating $9,871, Recreation and Park, for permanent 
salaries and rescinding $9,871 from permanent salaries and Mandatory 
Fringe Benefits Appropriations for reclassification of one position. 
File 101-77-61. (Controller No. RO 115) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

15. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Recreation 
and Park, reflecting reclassification and reallocation of one 
position; a companion measure to File 102-77-61. File 102-77-7. 
(CSC 7.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
establishment of one new classification and abolishment of two 
classification, Municipal Railway. File 102-77-8 (CSC 8) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Communications Line Supervisor II, Department of Electricity. 
File 31-77-46 (Controller No. RO 119) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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Finance Committee -> 

18 Resolution accepting gift of $18,000 for development of 

Heidelberg Hill, and $3,000 for a garden in Demonstration 
Gardens, Golden Gate Park, from the Strybing Arboretum 
Society, for use by Recreation and Park Department. 
File 38-77-31. 



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ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/19/77 




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File 64-77-40 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution authorizing acquisition of real P^P^f^ °P en 
space program, for the sum of $400.00. File 84-77-15. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

21. Ordinance authorizing acquisition of certain real P«Pf^7 for 

the North Point Transport Project and dismissal of litigation. 
File 84-77-16 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

00 Resolution authorizing Art Commission to apply for and accept 

22 * Knds from the National Endowment for the Arts for the Neigh- 
borhood Arts Program. File 160-77-7 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Resolution authorizing Art Commission to apply for and accept 
funds from the California Arts Council for Neighborhood Arts 

Pr ° gram - Amen e ded 6 as" 7 f ollows: Total amount reduced from $73,400 
ACTION: to $59,000. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

Project. File 160-77-9 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

land for open space purposes. File 3t>y-// 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/19/77 



Solution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and 
expena Federal funds lor public service employment project. 
File 68-77-20 



ACTION- CONTINUED TO 10/19/77 

"• ^-^nds^iSl^raSng 1^^^ ^ 
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. A SlnistrS±vf?osts . » RECOMMENDED AS I AMENDED 
28. Communication requesting waiver oS a g^g^a 

?^ued ab to\m?l P rShUr, C S r0 deceL S ed! a in the amount of $19.37 

ACTION- Granted. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee - 4 - October 12, 1977 

ADDENDUM TO CALENDAR: 

29. Ordinance authorizing settlement of the claim of Bradley Noel 
against the City and County of San Francisco by payment of 
$79,700. File 45-77-25.1 (Controller No. RO 107) 

(Separated from File 45-77-25 - 10/5/77) 
(Continued from 10/5/77) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 10/19/77 



iJl_ L Ji_N D A R 
ME~ETING~OF~~ 
FINANCE COMM 
C~ Board of Super' 

f $ £$- cit Y and County of S< City Librarian 

^ Wednesday, October 19, 1977 Rc 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Moliil 



Committee Clerk- Florence White 



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DOCUMENTS 

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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY: 

£?dSbe« Sll^iS f^nnf , $18 '° 00 f ° r development of 
K-rfoSli-cfi! Par? °fr f om ^fSyb ^A^retum^ 
File U-77-3l USe ^ Recreation a * d Park y De P Irtment ™ 

(Continued from 10/12/77) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

S!fi»H l0n a PP rovin § and providing for execution of first 
amendatory contract for grant to acquire and /o? development 
of land for open space purposes. File 369-77 evej -°P me nt 

(Continued from 10/12/77) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for accent and 
mTes^fo 1 UndS '^ PUbUC SGrVi " -P^nt^roject. 
(Continued from 10/12/77) 

ACTION: Continued pending request for reactivation by 
Department. y 

Ordinance authorizing settlement of the claim of Bradley Noel 

8??H h r-? Lt /V^ ?? Unty of San Francisco by paylen^of 
$79,700. File 45-77-25.1 (Controller No. RO 107) 

(Continued from 10/5/77) 
(Continued from 10/12/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

rescinS?n e a sS OP 8« a n^f $30 > 228 - 06 for temporary salaries and 
File 101 77^2' tr I ^ Pf T rmanent salaries, Public Library. 
tile 1U1-/7-54 (Controller No. RO 97) 

ACTION: Amended as follows: Lines 1, 2, 8 and 9 - reduce $30,288 06 

to $27,228.66. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. ' 

Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78 various 
departments, correcting rates of pay. File 102-77-35 (CSC 32) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Ordinance appropriating $11,739 for permanent salaries, crafts for 
the immediate filling of a vacated position of Class 7273 
Communications Line Supervisor II and rescinding $11 739 from 

Fi?nm y 77% lari %' CVa ^ S a PPr°Priation, Department 'of Electricity 
File 101-77-62 (Controller No. RO 120) "«tirie«y. 

ACTION: Amended as follows: Lines 1, 3, 11 and 12 - reduce $11 739 
to $10,204. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. HI, 739 



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inance Committee - 2 - October 19, 1977 

8. Ordinance appropriating $15,961, Coroner, for permanent 
salaries and rescinding $15,961 from permanent salaries and 
Mandatory Fringe Benefits Appropriations for reclassification 
of one position. File 101-77-63 (Controller No. RO 122) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
reclassification of one position, Medical Examiner-Coroner's 
Office; a companion measure to File 101-77-53. File 102-77-41 
(CSC 42) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $64,077, Chief Administrative Officer, 
for temporary salaries to allow funding of various staff assist- 
ant positions; rescinding $64,077 from permanent salaries 
appropriation. File 101-77-64 (Controller No. RO 125) 

Amended as follows: Line 11, insert 7.221.200,0'' 0. Contractual 
ACTION-Services - $30,000; Reduce temp salaries to$29,325; reduce total 
from $64,077 to $59,325; reduce prm sal to $59,325. REC AS AMENDED 

11. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
defunding of four positions in the office of the Chief 
Administrative Officer; a companion measure to File 101-77-64. 
File 102-77-47 (CSC 49) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12.- Ordinance amending Health Code, Section 41.10, providing an 

increase in fees for care of dogs and cats taken into custody 
by Animal Control Officer. File 360-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Class 7335, Senior Stationary Engineer, Juvenile Hall. 

File 31-77-47 (Controller No. RO 127) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution accepting gift of two electronic calculators, 
estimated value of $430 from Mr. and Mrs. J. Isaac Barron for 
use by SFGH Medical Center. File 38-77-32 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution accepting gift of anatomical support products, 
estimated value of $60,000, from Gilbert Hyde Chick, Inc., for 
use by Department of Public Health. File 38-77-33 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

16. Resolutr.on authorizing compromise of claim of DeBaca Corporation 
dba Cliff's Variety Store in the sum of $656.05. File 48-77-16 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-27 
(Controller No. RO 128) 

Superi or Court No . Plaintiff Settle ment 

687-439 Marth and Fre'd Ulrich $5,500" 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 3 - October 19, 1977 

18. Application of Albert Atwood-Browne for leave to present a 
late claim against the City and County for loss of personal 
effects in SFGH in the amount of $125. File 50-77-35 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: Denied. Legislation prepared in and report 

19. Application of John J. Barbagelata for leave to present a 
late claim against the City and County. File 50-77-32 

(City Attorney recommends: 

Granting $1,449.68 for incident 6/2/77 
Denial of $316.65 for incident 7/2/76 
Denial of $300.00 for incident 1/6/76) 

ACTION: TABLED AT REQUEST OF APPLICANT. 



MEETING nr 

FINANCE C 

Board of Su rity Librarian 
City and County o 
'S' 

Wednesday, October 26, 1977 ill-2 P. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, ilia i jl , Gonzalez 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 224-77, Annual Salary Ordinance, 
1977-78, to reflect changes in compensation of employees in the 
Law Library, effective July 1, 19?7. File 102-77-28 (CSC 27) 

ACTION: RECOMMENCED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $100,000, Recreation and Park, for 
repair of fire damage at St. Mary's Playground; rescinding 
$100,000 from the Capital Improvement Appropriations, Public 
Works. File 101-77-67 (Controller No. RO 87) 

Letter through CAO to DPW requesting architect 
ACTION- FILED, immediately begin plans for reconstruction when 
'funds are secured through Community Development. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $21,016, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits; rescinding $21,016 
from permanent salaries, food Stuffs and Meat Appropriations 
for reclassification of two positions, Laguna Honda Hospital. 
File 101-77-68 (Controller No. RO 130) 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
reclassification of two positions, Department of Public Health, . 
Laguna Honda Hospital; a companion measure to File 101-77-68 
File 102-77-30 (CSC 30) 

• , ACTION- RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance appropriating $45,969, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, use of employees' 
cars and materials and supplies to augment Crippled Children's 
Therapy Program, Maternal and Child Hygiene; rescinding $14,919 
from permanent salaries appropriation, Health Centers. 

File 101-77-69 (Controller No. RO 133) 
Amended. See file for details. 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Public 
Health, reflecting classification ox two new positions, Maternal 
and Child Hygeins Bureau and transfar to classified 2330 Physician 
Specialist, PT position from Health Center Budget to Maternal 

and Child Hygeine Budget; a companion measure to File 101-77-69. 
File 102-77-49 (CSC 52) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $39,842, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries; rescinding $39,842 from permanent salaries and related 
mandatory fringe benefits for reclassification of two positions, 
Laguna Honda Hospital. File 101-77-70 ^Controller No. RO 131) 

ACTION- TABLED 

8. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 19 7 7-78, reflecting 
abolishment of two positions and classification of two new 
positions, Public Health, Laguna Honda Hospital, Nursing Depart- 
ment; a companion measure to File 101-77-70. File 102-77-50 
(CSC 51) 



Finance Committee - 2 - October 26, 1977 

9. Ordinance appropriating $23,900, Social Services, for professional 
and special services. File 101-77-71. (Controller No. RO 132) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/9/77 

10. Ordinance appropriating $36,758.11, various departments, for 
retroactive salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits for 
retroactive pay for employees in classes represented by Inter- 
national Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, 
Local 21, for fiscal year 1976-77. File 101-77-72 
(Controller No. RO 129) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance amending Administrative Code to provide for petty cash 
fund to facilitate processing permits and collection of fees, 
processing of building permits, add Section 10.158-1. 

File 382-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance amending Part II, San Francisso Municipal Code, by 
adding Section 619 thereto, establishing a Parking Tax Special 
Fund. File 377-77 (Gonzales) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 11/7/77 

13. Resolution authorizing Joint Powers Agreement for Construction , 
Ownership, Operation and Use of Wastewater Facilities with the 
cities of South San Francisco, San Bruno, Millbrae and Burlingame. 
File 27-77-10 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing acquisition of Assessor's Block 2034A, 
Lots 37, 38, and 39, from Trust for Public Land, in the amount 
of $42,500, for open space. File 84-77-17 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing Mayor to accept and expend funds from 
Economic Development Administration, U. S. Department of Commerce, 
to continue Office of Neighborhood Economic Development for a 
second year; and authorizing use of a cash allocation. 

File 68-77-23 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/2/77 

16. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds for 1978 Community Development Program and providing for 
execution of contracts. File 68-77-22 

ACTION: AMENDED. SEE FILE FOR DETAILS. RECOMMENDED. 

17. Resolution authorizing transfer of $123,168 in 1977 Community 
Development Program to Northeastern Waterfront Survey Area; 
providing for revisions and modification of 1977 expenditure 
schedules report and to the agreement for services with the 
San Francisco Redevelopment Agency. File 79-77-15 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

18. Resolution approving Addendum No. 10 to 1976 Community Development 
Program authorizing use of funds f r consultant services related 
to Northern Waterfront Survey Area. File 391-76-15 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 



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19. Resolution approving Addendum No. 14 to 1975 Community Develop- 
ment Program authorizing use of funds to supplement prior alloca- 
tions for rehabilitation of public facilities. File 253-75-18 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution adjusting public parking rates and charges at Civic 
Center Plaza public parking facility. File 383-77-1 

ACTION: RECOMMEMDED 

21. Resolution adjusting public parking rates and charges at 
Portsmouth Square public parking facility. File 383-77-2 

Amended as follows: First two hours changed from $.35 per hr 
ACTION: to $.30 per hr. ; 9th hour and over changed from $.40 per hr. 
to $.60 pr hr. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

22. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 48-77-17 (RO 135, 134, 116) 

Claimant Amount 

Edison W. Heniford $1,200. 

Rudolph Mordhorst 1,215. 

Linda Smallwood 700. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 49-77-9 

Name Settlement 

Margaret Ernan $1,833.33 

Luis F. Sanchez 1,000.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Application of Robert Delman for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for property damage in the amount 
of $148.22. File 50-77-33 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: Denied. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 

25. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-26 
(Controllers Nos . RO 108, 109, 110) 

Superior 

Court No. Plaintiff Settlement 

696-147 Frederika Rennert $ 6,500. 

679-263 June Muller 3,000. 

667-711 Aine O'Brennan 1,250 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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(5" MEETING OF • 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisory 
City and County of San Fi 

Wednesday, November 2, 1977 Roon Librarian 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $10,000, Health Service System, for 
overtime; an emergency measure. File 101-77-75 (Controller 
No. RO 154) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $5,732, City Planning,, for contractual 
services; an emergency measure. File 101-77-76 (Controller 
No. RO 151) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

3. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to accept and expend funds 
from the Economic Development Administration, U. S. Department 
of Commerce, to continue the Office of Neighborhood Economic 
Development for a second year; and authorizing use of a cash 
allocation. File 68-77-23 

(Continued from 10/26/77) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

4. Ordinance appropriating $5 ,000, Recreation and Park, for County 
Fair Revolving Fund and rescinding $5,000 from County Fair 
Appropriation. File 101-77-73 (Controller No. RO 147) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance appropriating $12,875, Finance and Records, County 
Clerk, for permanent salaries and rescinding $12,875 from 
permanent salaries and fringe benefits appropriation for re- 
classification of two positions. File 101-77-74 (Cntrlr No. RO 143) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, County 
Clerk, reflecting reclassification of two clerical positions; 

a companion measure to Filel01-77-74. File 102-77-39 (CSC 36) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $18,035 for permanent salaries and 
rescinding $20,174 for permanent salaries and related mandatory 
fringe benefits for the reclassification of one position, Public 
Defender. File 101-77-19 (Controller No. RO 39) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
the classification of one new position in the Public Defender's 

i Office; a companion measure to File 101-77-19. File 102-77-17 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, various 
departments, reflecting retitling of classifications in Keypunch 
Operator Series. File 102-77-55 (CSC 57) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 2 - November 2, 1977 

10 Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, which 

establishes salary schedules, effective July 1, 1977, for class 
in Transportation Promotive Series. Filel02-77-51 (CSC 53) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
funds to plan a youth employment program for San Francisco. 
File 68-77-24 (Molinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12 Resolution authorizing lease with Housing Authority, City and 
County, lessor, for space located at 799 Pacific Ave., for use 
by Northeast Community Mental Health Center. File 65-77-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution approving temporary Loan Requisition No. 25 and 
Certificate of Cash Needs under Loan and Grant Contract No. 
Calif. R-7 for Embarcadero/ Lower Market. File 73-77-2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for reconstruction of California 
Street between Hyde and Jones Streets. File 103-77-12 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for resurfacing of Diamond Heights 
Blvd. between Clipper and Elk Sts.; and Clipper St. between 
Diamond Heights Blvd. and Portola Drive. File 103-77-13 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for narrowing of sidewalks on Evans 
Avenue between 3rd Street and Phelps Street. File 103-77-14 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for construction of handicap ramps 
at various locations along FAU routes . File 103-77-15 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

18. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for resurfacing of John Muir Drive 
between Lake Merced Blvd. and Skyline Blvd. File 103-77-16 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for reconstruction of Jones Street 
between Pine and California Streets. File 103-77-17. 

ACTION- RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 

and accept Federal FAU funds for rechannelization of the intersection 
of Lombard Street and Van Ness Avenue. File 103-77-18 

ACTION: RECOMMEOTIED 

21. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for reconstruction of Sacramento 
St. between Powell St. and Mason St. File 103-77-19 



Finance Committee - 3 - November 2, 1977 

22. Resolutionauthorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for rechannelization and resignaliza- 
tion of St. Francis Circle. File 103-77-20 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for installation of new traffic 
signals, modification of existing traffic signals, and other 
related work at various locations along FAU routes. File 103-77-21 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for modification of existing 
traffic signals and other related work at various locations along 
FAU routes. File 103-77-22 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

25. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal FAU funds for traffic signal replacement at 
various locations along FAU routes. File 103-77-23 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

26. Resolution authorizing cancellation of taxes, assessments, penalties, 
costs, tax liens, and tax sales, City property. File 201-77-13 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

27. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-28 
(Controller Nos. RO 138, 139) 

Superior 

Court No . Name Settlement 

677-255 James W. Abbott & Craig F. 

Impelman $1,500 

682-941 Benjamin James 3,750 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

28. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-29 
(Controller Nos. RO 149, 152) 

Superior 

Court No . Name Settlement 

691-545 Donald Rainier $1,750. 

694-762 Marie A. Gangi 2,000. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

29. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claims against 
the City and County. File 48-77-18 (RO 140, 144, 146, 148) 

Cla imant Settlement 

Ethel Gibbs 750.00 

Delfina Belez 1,000.00 

Mrs. Anthony Quigley 577.83 

State F^rm Insurance Co. & Robert Cicogni 825.11 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 4 - . November 2, 1977 

30. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 48-77-19 
(Controller Nos . R0 150) 

Claimant Settlemen_t 

K8JJHgJlXXXJIHtKXXKaX!JiiagJiKXK8KXXXX8XUXXXXXXX«y8»«X{HJ 
Willis G^rriott 1,376.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

31. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and 
expend Federal funds for public service employment proiect 
File 68-77-20 J 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/9/77 



Finance Committee 
Board of Supervisors 
Room 235, City Hall 
San Francisco, CA 94102 



MEETING ~6T 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 
JT. -,- Board of Bupei 

0'*S City and County of : 

Wednesday, November 9, 1977 ^ ^"BtkOM 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Mol 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $10,160, for contractual services, 
fixed charges, and services of other departments, County 
Agricultural Department; an emergency measure. File 101-77-78 
(Controller No. RO 162) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $27,228.06 for temporary salaries and 
rescinding $27,288.06 from permanent salaries, Public 
Library. File 101-77-54 (Controller No. RO 97) 

(Rereferred to Committee by Board 10/.31/77) 
Amended by reducing appropriation to $24,169.26 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

Supervisor Barbagelata dissenting. 

3. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and 
expend Federal funds from the U. S. Department of Labor for 
public service employment projects under Title VI of the 
CETA program. File 68-77-20 

(Continued from 11/2/77) 
ACTION: Amended. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. See file for details. 

4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
establishment of one position in the Department of Public Works, 
Building Maintenance Division. File 102-77-36 (CSC 33) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 11/21/77 

5. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, various 
departments, correcting rates of pay for certain classifications. 
File 102-77-31 (CSC 29) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 11/21/77 

6. Ordinance appropriating $23,900 for other professional and special 
services pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.306 of the 
Charter, Department of Social Services. File 101-77-71 
(Controller No. RO 132) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/16/77 

7. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 1.15-1 
thereto, providing for a schedule of fees for testing non-commercial 
weighing and measuring devices and standby time for testing 
commercial weighing and measuring devices. File 386-77 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/16/77 

8. Ordinance approving lease for operating the Candlestick Park 
Parking Plaza. File 62-77-2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/16/77 

9. Resolution accepting gift of $500 for a bench for Rose Garden, 
Golden Gate Park, to honor memory of her late husband, Mr. 
Merrill J. Butler, from Mrs. Mildred Butler for use by the 
Recreation and Park Department. File 38-77-35 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 11/21/77 



10. Resolution authorizing lease with Mr. and Mrs. W. Tietz, lessors, 
for space at 653 Chenery St., by Library Department, for use by 
Glen Park Branch Library. File 64-77-41 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 11/21/77 

11. Resolution approving new expenditure categories in allocation 
of Federal funds under Title II, Public Works Act, 1976. 
File 68-76-45.6 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/16/77 

12. Resolution amending Addendum No. 2, 1977 Community Development 
Program, extending use of funds, Chinatown-North Beach and 
Bayview North areas. File 79-77-4.1 

Chinatown-North Beach severed. Balance 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 11/14/77 

13. Resolution authorizing acquisition of Lots 24/29, inclusive, 
Assessor's Block 6590, from Jon and Gwen Sandvick, for the 
sum of $126,000, for open space program. File 84-77-18 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 11/21/77 

14. Resolution authorizing Director of Planning to accept from 
University of California and Economic Development Administration 
funds for placement of graduate students in City Planning on 
part-time work assignment. File 151-77-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 11/21/77 

15. Resolution authorizing application by and accepting a grant 

by PUC under Urban Mass Transportation Act, 1974, for Municipal 
Railway planning staff and transportation survey. File 194-77-8 

Amended. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. See file for 
ACTION: details. TO BOARD 11/21/77 

16. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of 
City and County against various defendants. File 49-77-10 

Defendant Settlement 

Newton Smith, Jr. and 
Charles J. Abshear $4,401.97 

George Laufer and 
Budget Rent-A-Car 4,000.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD 11/14/77 



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Board ofj^Supervi 



Public Ul&"li;y 

Civic Center 



City and County of J5an. • San Francisco, CA 94102 
Wednesday, ^ovember 16, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, Gonzales 
Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $23,900 for other professional and special 
services pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.306 of the 
Charter, Department of Social Services. File 101-77-71 
(Controller No. RO 132) 

(Continued from 11/9/77) 

ACTION: 

2. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 1.15-1 
thereto, providing for a schadule of fees for testing non-commercial 
weighing and measuring devices and standby time for testing 
commercial weighing and measuring device;?. File 386-77 

(Continued from 11/9/77) 

ACTION: 

3. Resolution approving new expenditure categories in allocation 
of Federal funds under Title II, Public Works Act, 1976. 
File 68-76-45.6 

(Continued from 11/9/77) 

ACTION: 

4. Resolution amending Addendum No. 2 to the 1977 Community Development 
Program, extending the use of funds for Rehabilitation Assistance 
Program (RAP) designation activities to Chinatown-North Beach area. 
File 79-77-4.2 

(Severed from File 79-77-4.1, 11/9/77) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance appropriating $684, Department of Electricity, for 
equipment to 'replace pavement breaker. File 101-77-77. 
(Controller No. RO 158) 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance amending Chapter 32, Administrative Code, Section 
32.81, substituting $7,500 for a $3,500 maximum amount of the 
Hardship Loan in Rehabilitation Assistance Program. 

File 143-77-11 

ACTION: 

7. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property, 284 Thrift 
Street, and formerly owned by Betty Hamilton. File 3-74-4 

ACTION: 

8. Resolution authorizing acquisition of Lot 19, Block 7010, from 
Ara Ignatius, $6,750, and Lots 37 and 38, Block 7054 from 
Makroochi and Ara Ignatius, $15,850, for open space program. 
File 84-77-19 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 2 - November 16, 1977 



9. Resolution authorizing Commission on Aging to enter into agree- 
ment providing services to American Jewish Congress Legal 
Assistance to the Elderly. File 130-77-9 

ACTION: 

10. Resolution authorizing Public Library to apply for and accept 
Federal funds for development of communications technologv. 
File 253-77-2 

ACTION: 

11. Resolution authorizing Public Library to apply for and accept 
State funds for improvement in services. File 253-77-3 

ACTION: 

12. Resolution authorizing Public Library to apply for and accept 
Federal funds for Bay Area Reference Center. File 253-77-4 

ACTION: 

13. Resolution amending public parking rates and charges at Fifth 
and Mission Garage. File 383-77-3 

ACTION: 

14. Resolution amending public parking rates and charges at Sutter- 
Stockton Garage. File 383-77-4 

AC1 lu.s . 

15. Resolution amending public parking rates at Ellls-0' Farrell 
Garage. File 383-77-5 



16. 



ACTION: 



Resolution authorizing Municipal Railway to execute application 
to secure funds in the financing of approved operating assistance 
project. File 194-77-9 



ACTION: 

17. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-77-30 
(Controller No. RO 155) 

Superior . 

Court _No . Plain tiff S ettleme nt 

653-464 Lachman Bros. $3,000. 

ACTION: 



MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Board of Supe 
City and County of 

Wednesday, November 23, 1977 t M. 

City Librarian 
Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Mol 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $40,000, District Attorney, for services 
of other departments, for renovations necessary for a joint 

Hall of Justice Law Library; an emergency measure. File 101-77-84 
(Controller No. RO 173) 

ACTION: Amended to reduce amount from $40,000 to $35,800. 

RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. (Supv. Molinari dissenting) 

2. Resolution amending public parking rates and charges at Fifth 
and Mission Garage. File 383-77-3 

(Continued from 11/16/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

3. Resolution amending public parking rates and charges at Sutter- 
Stockton Garage. File 383-77-4 

(Continued from 11/16/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Resolution amending public parking rates at Ellis-O'Farrell Street 
Garage. File 383-77-5 

(Continued from 11/16/77) 

Amended as follows: Increase Monthly parking (roof) from 
ACTION: $49.00 to $58.25. Increase Monthly parking (inside) from 
$58.00 to $71.50. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. ' 

5. Ordinance amending Chapter 32, Administrative Code, Section 
32.81, substituting $3,500 for a $3,500 maximum amount of the 
Hardship Loan in Rehabilitation Assistance Program. File 143-77-11 

(Continued from 11/16/77) 

ACTION: TABLED 

6. Ordinance appropriating $2*, 100, Sheriff, for experimental 
special training in self-defense tactics for Deputy Sheriffs. 
File 1 101-77-79 (Controller No. RO 159) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $5,878, Assessor, for permanent salaries 
and rescinding $5,878 from permanent salaries appropriation for 
reclassification of one position. File 101-77-80 (Controller 
No. RO 163) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance. 1977-78, reflecting 
reclassification of one position, Assessor s Office, effective 
July 1, 1977; a companion measure to File 101-77-79. 

File 102-77-5 (CSC 4) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 2 - November 23, 1977 

9. Resolution authorizing extension of lease with Orpheum Building 
Company, lessor, for space at 1182 Market Street, by Mayor's 
Office of Employment and Training. File 64-77-42 

ACTION: RECOMME'NJDED 

10. Resolution authorizing lease with Robert L. Coleman, lessor, 
for space at 942 Market Street, by Public Health for .outpatient 
facility. File 64-77-43 (Controller No. RO 161) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Resolution authorizing lease with Port Commission, lessor, for 
space located at 501 Army Street, for offices for Department of 
Agriculture and Weights and Measure. File 64-77-44 

ACTION: RE03MMENDED 

12. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Q30, Captain, Police Department. File 31-77-48 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds for Youth Community Conservation Projects and Youth Employ- 
ment and Training Program. File 68-77-25 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Molinari dissenting) 

14. Resolution approving application of Recreation and Park Department 
for 1974 State grant moneys for reconstruction of Golden Gate 
Park Conservatory of Flowers. File 32 7-77-4 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 11/30/77 

15. Resolution authorizing Recreation and Park Department to file 
application for Roberti-Z'Berg Urban Open-Space and Recreation 
Program for reconstruction of St. Mary s Recreation Center. 
File 327-77-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Resolution authorizing the Chief Administrative Officer to 
develop necessary legislation to establish residential rehabili- 
tation financing in conjunction with a Systematic Code Enforcement 
Program (SCEP) File 364-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Ordinance authorizing settlement of the claim of George I. Benny, 
et al, against the City and County of San Francisco by stipulation. 
File 45-77-32 

ACTION: TOBOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 



Finance Committee - 3 - November 23, 1977 



18. Ordinance approving and authorizing the Mayor to execute a construction 
agreement between the City and County of San Francisco and sponsors 
of San Francisco Performing Arts Center, Inc. File 459-75-6 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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MEETING OF ■• C£, v . . 
'- FINANCE COMMITTEE p '^ii.L' ufi&$B i 

Board o^Supervisors 



Board o ^Supervisors ' • g vic c c ,~. . ll ~y 
City and County of San Francis.^ a " ^niaeu. 

Wednesday, November 30, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2 P. n. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, Gonzales 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $355, Department of Public Health, Jail 
Medical Services, for equipment to replace refrigerator in jail; 
an emergency measure. File 101-77-89 (Controller No. RO 185) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution approving certain lew expenditure categories in the 
allocation of Federal funds under Title II, Public Works Act of 
1976, and as extended by Intergovernmental Anti-Recession Act 
of 1977. File 68-76-45.6 

(Continued from November 16, 1977) 

ACTION: 

3. Ordinance approving lease for operating the Candlestick Park 
Parking Plaza. File 62-77-2 

(Continued from November 16, 1977) 

ACTION: 

4. Resolution approving application of Recreation a.id Park Department 
for 1974 State grant moneys for reconstruction of Golden Gate 
Park Conservatory of Flowers. File 327-77-4 

(Continued from November 23, 1977) 

5. Ordinance appropriating $7,439, Adult Probation, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of one position; rescinding $7,489 
from permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits appropri- 
ation. File 101-77-81 (Controller No. RO 165) 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 197 7-78, ref lectin 
reclassification of one position in the Adjlt Probation Depart- 
ment; a companion measure to File 101-77-81. File 102-77-46 

(CSC 48) 

ACTION: 

7. Resolution authorizing Mayor and Board of Supervisors to apply for, 
accept and expend funds for Federal programs after holding public 
hearings in each district. File 68-77-26 (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: 

8. Resolution approving Addendum N). 15 to 1975 Community Development 
Progran and Addendum No. 11 to 1976 Community Development Program 
for rehabilitation of Bernal Branch Library. File 391-76-15 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee - 2 - November 30, 197 7 

9. Resolution waiving Statute of Limitations applicable to payment 
of Controller's Warrant issued to Stewart Brewer. File 23-77-6 

ACTION: 

10. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Medical Transcriber- typist , Coroner's Office. File 31-77-49 

ACTION: 

11. Resolution authorizing lease with State Department of Transporta- 
tion, for space withirt freeway circle at 13th Street and South 
Van Ness Avenue, for use by Social Services. File 64-77-45 

ACTION: 

12. Resolution aathorizing lease with Glide Foundation, for space 

at 330 Ellis Street, for Citizens' Safety Project. File 64-77-46 

ACTION: 

13. Resolution authorizing lease with Ingleside United Presbyterian 
Church, for space at 1345 Ocean Avenue, for Citizens' Safety 
Project. File 64-77-47 

ACTION: 

14. Resolution approving application for 1976 State grant moneys 
for developing facilities for public recreation by Recreation 
and Park Department. File 327-77-6 

ACTION: 

15. Resolution approving application for 1974 State bond moneys for 
improvements to irrigation systems of neighborhood parks by 
Recreation and Park Department. 



16. Resolution authorizing Purchaser to submit request for proposals 
to firms specializing in handling unemployment insurance claims 
and establishing a committee to review the proposals. File 405-77 

ACTION: 



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Wednesday, December 7, 1977 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Moli 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 



City Librarian 
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6. 



Ordinance appropriating $5,732, City Planning, contractual 
services; an emergency measure. File 101-77-76.1 (Molinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance appropriating $180,950, Municipal Court, for temporary 
salaries, other professional services, and services of other 
departments for Phse I Detailed System Design, Simplified 
Automated Traffic System; an emergency measure. File 101-77-98 
(Controller No. RO 193) 

ACTION: Continued to 12/21/77. Letter to CAO requesting EDP 

Cmte mtg in near future and request report back to Finance Crati 
Ordinance appropriating $6,743.58, War Memorial, for emergency 
repairs to the Opera House and Veterans' Building; an emergency 
measure. File 101-77-99 (Controller No. RO 196) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



Ordinance appropriating $7,489, Adult Probation, for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of one position; rescinding $7,489 
from permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits appropri- 
ation. File 101-77-81 (Controller No. RO 165) 

(Continued from 11/30/77) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
reclassification of one position in the Adult Probation Depart- 
ment; a companion measure to File 101-77-81. File 102-77-46 
(CSC 48) 

(Continued from 11/30/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Ordinance appropriating $3,500. Art Commission, for temporary 
salaries; rescinding $3,500 "from CETA, City Demonstration Agency. 
File 101-77-85 (Controller No. RO 175) 

ACTION: TABLED 

Ordinance appropriating $78,163, Social Services, for permanent 
salaries, fringe benefits, for reclassification of ten permanent 
positions to twenty part-time positions. File 101-77-86 
(Controller No. RO 174) 



ACTION: 



Continued to 12/21/77 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
abolishment of ten full time permanent positions and creation 
of twenty part-time permanent positions in the same classification 
in the Department of Social Services; a companion measure to 
File 101-77-86. File 102-77-60 (CSC 62) 



ACTION: 



Continued to 12/21/77 



9. Ordinance appropriating $17,956, Fine Arts and De Young Museums 
for correction of rates of pay for certain classifications. 
File 101-77-88 (Controller No. RO 178) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, by correcting 
rate of pay for certain classifications to conform with correction 
made in the 1977-78 Salary Ordinance; a companion measure to 

File 101-77-88 File 102-77-43 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



11. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Department of 
Electricity, reflecting retitling of one classification. 

File 102-77-65 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance appropriating $25,000, Mayor, for Economic Development 
Consultant and rescinding $25,000 from Federal Legislative 
Expense appropriation. File 101-77-87 

ACTION: Continued to 12/14/77 

13. Ordinance authorizing acquisition of real property for the ex- 
pansion of Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant and dismissal 
of litigation. File 140-77-2 (Controller No. RO 17) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing lease with William Meadors , lessor, for 
space at 50 Leland Avenue for Citizens' Safety Project. 

File 64-77-48 (Controller No. RO 170) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



15. Resolution authorizing allocation of $5,000 from Revenue Sharing 
account to the Real Estate Department for Community Cultural 
Facilities Centers of the Art Commission. File 160-77-10 

ACTION: TABLED 

16. Resolution approving Addendum No. 12 to the 1976 Community 
Development Program and Addendum No. 9 to the 1977 Community 
Development Program, authorizing project activities as part of 
Neighborhood Bicentennial Awards Program. File 391-76-17 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



17. 



18. 



Resolution authorizing application by PUC with Department of 
Transportation to a grant under the Urban Mass Transportation A c t. 
1964, to establish a light rail vehicle task force. File 
194-77-10 

ACTION: Continued to 12/14/77 

Resolution authorizing Attorney for Tax Collector to institute 
legal proceedings for recovery of value of services rendered 
at San Francisco General Hospital and Laguna Honda Hospital. 
File 407-77 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

19. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0380 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-50 (RO 171) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0380 Inspector, Police Department. File 31-77-51 (RO 172) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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21. Resolution directing sale of revenue bonds and publication of 
official notice of sale; and approving official statement 
relating thereto. File 411-77-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Resolution approving draft official statement of City and County 
of San Francisco relating to Fifty-five million dollars 
($55,000,000) of sew:r revenue bonds; authorizing Mayor and 
Controller to make necessary changes. File 411-77-2 

ACTION: TABLED. Contained in File 411-77-1 

23. Resolution providing for the issuance of City and County of 

San Francisco's sewer revenue bonds, Fifty-five million dollars 
($55,000,000) principal amount of Bonds of Series "A". 
File 411-77-3 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

24. Ordinance authorizing sale of westerly 6 feet of Lot 36, Assessor's 
Block 351, together with an adjoining 20 foot nonexclusive 
easement for light, air and pedestrian access only. File 412-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

25. Ordinance. authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs' against the City and County. File 45-77-31 

Superior 

Court No . Plaintiff Settlement 

677-044 James E. Lanphear $ 750. 

677-843 Anthony M. Carnemolla 750. 

700-068 Juan Rivera 250. 

ACTION- Legislation prepared in and reported out of Cmte. 
RECOMMENDED 

26. Hearing to determine whether proposed non-profit parking 
garage at Mission and Steuart Streets is to be constructed 
or the plan abandoned, and to determine amount of taxpayers' 
liability for costs advanced by proponents. File 392-77 (Kopp) 

Parking Authority to submit suppl. appropr. for $5,000. 
ACTION: Letter to City Atty requesting opinion as to rights and 
obligations of City and SF Central City Parking Corp. 

27. Hearing to consider extension of Stadium Operator Admission 
Tax exemption beyond December 31, 1977. File 409-77 (Nelder) 

ACTION- Legislation prepared in and reported out of Cmte. 
TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 



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SPtidiAL MEETING OF 



JOINT FINANCE/ COMMUNITY SERVICES COM! 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday, December 14, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 P.M . 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Francois, Gonzales, Lau, 

Molinari, Nelder 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code 
Article I, Chapter 20, by deleting Section 20.12 thereof, 
and renumbering Section 20.13, Section 20.14, and Section 
20.15 thereof, and adding Article VI thereto, relating 
to the administration of general assistance for the indigent 
and dependent poor of the City and County of San Francisco 
and adopting standards of such aid. File 304-77-2 

Amendment of the Whole presented in Committee 
ACTION: Amended as follows: 

Page 16, line 3, delete "shall" and substitute "may.' 

Page 10, line 4, after "the" add "Housing portion 

of the". 

Page 11, line 26, insert "(d)" 

Page 11, line 27, after "rebutted" add "under 

subsections (a),.(b), or (c ) herein". 

Page 14, line 1, insert "All unemployable recipients 

shall enter into and cooperate in treatment and 

therapy programs designed to reduce or eliminate the 

conditions leading to their dependency." 

City Attorney to prepare an introductory paragraph. 

RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 



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C A L E N D A_R 

MEETING OF 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, December 14, 1977 Room 228, City Hall - 2 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, Gonzales 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $200,000, Department of Public Works, 

for other professional services, Management Audit, General Office; 
rescinding $200,000 from various appropriations, various depart- 
ments; an emergency measure. File 101-77-113 (Controller No. 
RO 211) 

ACTION: TABLED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $25,000, Mayor, for Economic Development 
Consultant and rescinding $25,000 from Federal Legislative 
Expense appropriation. File 101-77-87 (Controller No. RO 176) 

(Continued from 12/7/77) 

ACTION: Amended by reducing $25,000 to $22,500. RECOMMENDED AS 
AMENDED. (Supervisor Barbagelata dissenting) 

3. Resolution authorizing application by PUC with Department of 
Transportation to a grant under the Urban Mass Transportation Act, 
1954, to establish a light rail vehicle task force. File 194-77-10 

(Continued from 12/7/77) 

ACTION: Continued to 12/21/77 

4. Ordinance appropriating $36,505, Public Health, for contractual 
services and fixed charges, Hassler Hospital. File 101-77-90 
(Controller No. RO 183) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

5. Ordinance appropriating $500,000, Fire Department, for reconstruction 
of Engine Company No. 4. File 101-77-91 (Controller No. RO 182) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR 

6. Ordinance appropriating $265, Public Library, for temporary salaries, 
crafts; rescinding $265 from permanent salaries, craft appropriation. 
File 101-77-94 

ACTION: SgECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance appropriating $97,000, Municipal Railway, for overtime and 
temporary salaries, crafts; rescinding $97,000 from permanent 
salaries, crafts appropriation. File 101-77-95 (Cntrlr No. RO 187) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

8. Ordinance appropriating $104,032, Public Health, for temporary 
salaries, foodstuffs, drugs, chemicals and gases for Mission MHC; 
rescinding $104,032 from medical service and care appropriation, 
CMIIS. File 101-77-96 

ACTION: Continued to 12/21/77 

9. Ordinance appropriating $1,200, Juvenile Court, for services of 
other departments; rescinding $1,200 from contractual services 
appropriation, Probation Office. File 101-77-97 (Cntrlr No. RO 192) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 



10. Resolution authorizing the Director of City Planning to apply 
for, receive and expend $29,000 fron ABAG to evaluate the Environ- 
mental Management Plan. File 151-77-4 

(Continued to Call of' the Chair 9/14/77) 

ACTION: - Continued to 12/21/77 

11. Resolution accepting gift of 1977 Wheelchair Coach from Father 
Mike Woulfe, Chaplain of Laguna Honda Hospital, valued at approxi- 
mately $26,000, for transporting Laguna Honda Hospital patients. 
File 38-77-36. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Resolution accepting gift of $1,645.99 from Estate of Florence G. 
Soderland for use by San Francisco Employees' Retirement System for 
purchase of microfilm supplies and equipment. File 38-77-37 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Resolution accepting gift of $317 from Josephine D. Randall Junior 
.Museum Society for additional telephone lines to Museum, and $2,000 

from San Francisco Giants for Summer Youth Activities, 1978 season, 
for use by the Recreation and Park Department. File 38-77-38 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution authorizing the M^yor to apply for, accept and spend 
Federal funds, under CETA Title I, for payment of training allowance. 
File 68-77-15.1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and spend 
Federal funds under CETA Title III, for Skill Improvement Training 
Program. File 68-77-21.1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED- 

16. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and spend 
Federal funds, under CETA Title III, for Youth Employment and 
Training Program. File 68-77-21.2 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and spend 
Federal funds, under CETA Title III for Youth Community Conservation 
Improvement Program. File 68-77-21.3 

ACTION: Continued to 12/21/77 

18. Resolution authorizing acquisition by eminent domain proceedings, 
northwest corner of Larkin and O'Farrell Streets, cost not to exceed 
$220,000, for Open Space Program. File 84-77-20 

ACTION: Continued to January 11, 1978 

19. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Health to applv for and 
accept State funds for mental health demonstration project. 
File 99-77-3 

ACTION: Continued to 12/21/77 

20. Resolution authorizing Public Library to apply for and accept 
Federal funds for improvement of information and referral services 
for 1978-79. File 253-77-5 

ACTION: Amended as follows: Line 2, delete "and authorizing"; 
Line 3, delete "acceptance thereof." Line 13, delete 
"and accept". RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 



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December 14 , 1977 



21. 



22, 



Resolution authorizing Public Library to apply for and accept 
Federal funds for improvement of services to Asian-Americans for 
1978-79. File 253-77-6 

ACTION: Amended as follows: Line 3, delete "and authorizing". 

tipk-^,L-Mfl?,\ e ^ A5££8Bk ance thereof." Line 13, delete "and accept." 
_ RECCWMENDLD AS AMENDED. . . c .. _ , _, -in-,-7 
Communication requesting extension of time to December 31, 1977 

for awarding DPW contract on Bernal Heights Library alterations, 

Job No, 3898-B. File 61-77-2 



ACTION: 



Request granted. Legislation prepared in and reported out 
of Committee. RECOMMENDED 



23. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 45-77-33 



Superior 
Court No. 



Plaintiff 



Settlement 



24. 



25. 



26 



27. 



689-643 Clyde A. Leard $250.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

Hearing to consider Port Commission's surplus of $3,906,299 for 
review and possible recommendation to the Port Commission that it 
submit a supplemental appropriation request to pick up a portion 
of the cost of a fireboat, which is currently on the ad valorem 
tax rate. File 101-77-14 (Molinari) 

ACTION: Continued to 12/21/77 

Ordinance appropriating $300,253, for temporary salaries, contractual 
services, material and supplies, equipment and services of other 
departments for the Residential Parking Program, Municipal Court. 
File 101-77-82 (Controller No. RO 168) 

ACTION: Continued to 12/21/77 

Ordinance appropriating $348,122 for permanent salaries and related 
mandatory fringe benefits, contractual services, materials and 
supplies and equipment for the Residential Parking Program, Police 
Department. File 101-77-83 (Controller No. RO 167) 



ACTIO? 



Continued to 12/21/77 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
establishment, of 29 new positions in the San Francisco Police 
Department; a companion measure to File 101-77-83. File 102-77-67 
(CSC 69) 

ACTION: Continued to 12/21/77 



Finance Committee - 4 - .December 14, 1977 



ADDENDUM TO CALENDAR: 



28. Hearing to determine whether or not the Hotel Tax shall 
be increased to accommodate Yerba liuena Center 
File 422-77 (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: HEARING HELD 



S. 



- zl v , / ,, <LAJL K _N JD_A _R city Ub^ arx 

MEETING 01- 
• FINANCE COMMITTEE 
board o£^ Supervisors 
City and County of San Franc j. si 

Wednesday, December 21, 1977 Room 223, City Mall - 2 P. M. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, Gonzales 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance appropriating $300,253, for temporary salaries, contractual 
services, materials and supplies, equipment and services of other 
departments for the Residential Parking Program, Municipal Court. 
File 101-77-82 (Controller No. R0 168) 

Amended as follows: Reduce total 
(Continued from 12/14/77) from $300,253 to $251,549;. temp 
salaries from $83,742 to $39,917; Eqmnt fm $780 to $185; 
ACTION- Services of other depts fm $180,750 to $176,456. 
RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 

2. Ordinance appropriating $348,122 for permanent salaries and related 
mandatory fringe benefits, contractual services, materials and 
supplies and equipment for the Residential Parking Program, Police 

. Department. File 101-77-83 (Controller No. RO 167) 

Amended as follows: Reduce total 
(Continued from 12/14/77) from $348,122 to $228,551; perm 
salaries fm $169,907 to $78,475; Fringe (ret) fm$30,346 to 
ACTION: $10,486; Fringe (soc sec) fm $9,940 to $4,592; Fringe (health 
fm $5,662 to $2,731. TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
establishment of 29 new positions in the San Francisco Police 
Department; a companion measure to File 101-77-83. File 102-77-67 
(CSC 69) Amended as follows: Line 2, 

delete "29" and substitute "21". 
(Continued from 12/14/77)Line 11, delete "29" and substitute 
"21". 
ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

4. Hearing to consider Port Commission's surplus of $3,906,299 for 
review and possible recoi.nmendation to the Port Commission that it 
submit a supplemental appropriation request to pick up a portion 
of the cost of a fireboat, which is currently on the ad valorem 
tax rate. File 101-77-14 (Molinari) 



ACTION: 



(Continued from 12/14/77) 

Letter to Port Commission urging them to expedite 
supplemental appropriation to pay for expenses of fire boat. 

5. Resolution authorizing application by PUC with Department of 
Transportation for a grant under the Urban Mass Transportation 
Act, 1964, to establish a light rail vehicle task force. 

File 194-77-10 

^Continued from 12/14/77) 
ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/28/77 

6. Ordinance appropriating $104,032, Public Health, for temporary 
salaries, foodstuffs, drugs, chemicals and gases for Mission MHC; 
rescinding $104,032 from medical service and' care appropriation, 
CM11S. File 101-77-96 

(Continued from 12/14/77) Amended as follows: Line 1, 
reduce fm $104,032 to $78,080; Line 14, delete "7.561.267.000' 

ACTION: and sub "6786 est revenue CMHS ; reduce $104,032 to $78,080; 

Line J.4; delete "Administration" and sub "General Fund"; Line 16, 

reduce'- $88,032 to $62,080. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 



Finance Conrni t Lee - 2 - December 21, 1977 

7. Resolution authorizing the Director of City Planning to apply 
for, receive and expend $29,000 from ABAG to evaluate the Environ- 
mental Management Plan. File 151-77-4 

(Continued from 12/14/77) Amended as follows: Line 1, 
- reduce $29,000 to $10,000; Line 9, reduce $29,000 to $10,000; 
ACTION: Line 16, reduce $29,000 to $10,000. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

8. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and spend 
Federal funds, under CETA Title III for Youth Community Conservation 
Improvement Program. File 68-77-21.3 

Amended as follows: 
(Continued from 12/14/77) Line 5, increase $490,000 

to $612,098. 
ACTION- RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

9. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Health to apply for and 
accept State funds for mental health demonstration project. 

File 99-77-3 

(Continued from 12/14/77) 
' ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/28/77 

10. Ordinance appropriating $722,350, Recreation and Park, contractual 
services, equipment and various capital improvement appropriations, 
pursuant to provisions of Section 6.306 of the Charter. 

File 101-77-127 (Controller No. RO 236) (Kopp) 

Line 1, increase $722,350 to $978,350; Line 14%, insert 

ACTION: "Balboa Park lighting - $250,000'; Line 22%, insert "Lake 
Merced parcourse - $6,000". RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

11. Ordinance appropriating $9,075.75, Sheriff's Department, for overtime. 
International Hotel eviction; an emergency measure. File 101-77-125 
(Controller No. RO 218) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance appropriating $1,001.05, Treasurer, for replenishment 
of Cash Difference Fund; an emergency measure. File 101-77-126 
(Controller No. RO 231) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance appropriating $313,269, Social Services, permanent sal- 
aries; rescinding $313,269, Social Services, permanent salaries 
and mandatory fringe benefits, for reclassification, creation and 
deletion of positions. File_ 101-77-92 (Molinari) 

ACTION- Araended- See file for details. RECOMMENCED AS AMENDED. 

14. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
the reclassification, creation and deletion of positions in the 
Department of Social Services; a companion measure to File 
101-77-92. File 102-77-61 (CSC 63) 

Amended as follows: Pg. 1, line 15, change '4 to 2 ; 
ACTION- Line 16, delete entire line; line 25 t delete entire line. 
RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

15. Ordinance appropriating $2,539,532, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries; rescinding $2,539,532 from permanent salaires appropri- 
ations to release funds for second half of fiscal year 1977-78, 
January 1, 1978 to June 30, 1978 for clinical staff, CM1IS . 

File 101-77-100 (Controller No. RO 194) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

16. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, to release 
funding for the period 1/1/78 to 6/30/78 for Clinical Staff 
salaries for Menial Health Centers of the DPI1, CMHS ; a companion 
measure to File 101-77-100 File 102-77-66 (CSC 68) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 3 - December 14, 1977 

17. Ordinance appropriating $5,579, Juvenile Court, for permanent 
salaries; rescinding $5,579 from permanent salaries, fringe 
benefits for reclassification of one position, Juvenile Hall. 
File 101-77-101 CController No. RO 188) 

ACTION: _ CONTINUED TO 1/11/78 

18. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, -reflecting 
reclassification of on vacant part-time position to a full-time 
position in the Juvenile Court; a companion measure to 

File 101-77-10. File 102-77-64 (CSC 66) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/11/78 

19. Ordinance appropriating $75,000, Public Works, for maintenance, 
alterations, repair of street lighting structure. File 101-77-102 
(Controller No. RO 197) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

20. Ordinance appropriating $1,518,174, San Francisco Airport, for 
equipment plans, specifications, inspection, supervision and 

. field engineering. File 101-77-103 CController No. RO 198) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION 

21. Ordinance appropriating $350,000, San Francisco Airport, for 
airport revenue bond, fees and expenses. File 101-77-104 
(Controller No. RO 199) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

22. Ordinance appropriating $800, Hetch Hetchy, for equipment to 
replace one stolen calculator. File 101-77-105 (Controller No. 
RO 202) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Ordinance appropriating $8,000, Social Services, for professional 
and Special services for hearing officers and transcripts; rescinding 
$1,841 from permanent salaries appropriation. File 101-77-106 
(Controller No. RO 201) 

Amended as follows: 
ACTION: see file for details. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

24. Ordinance appropriating $3,225,000, Public Works, for W e stside 
Transport, Grant C-06-1253-100. File 101-77-107 (Controller No. 
RO 203) Amended as follows: Line 20, reduce $600,000 to $200,000; 

Line 23, reduce $600,000 to $200,000. Line 17, after 
ACTION: $2,625,000, add *$!, 750,000 to be reserved by Controller. 

„,- n , ^.RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED ,. rr _, ._„ _„ oo 

25. Resolution confirming acceptance of grant offer C-06-123J-100 as 

funding fOr design of West Side Transport System. File 164-77-11 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

26. Ordinance appropriating $441,689, Public Health, for medical 
services, drugs, chemicals, gases, foodstuffs for Northeast 
Mental Health Center; rescinding $41,689 from medical services 
and care appropriation, Administration, CMHS. File 101-77-108 

(Controller No. RO 205) „ , , „-,„,,„ „ c „ . „ 

Amended as follows: Line 13, delete "7360B Care of Patients" 

ACTION- « ub "6786, estimated revenue CMHS - Line 13? 2 - delete $200,000; 

$8.006;f J ^e $ ^ '^rtri e i5§?0?r6 n cS ^O;^8. 20 REfc6ME5iE6 h 8§ e A^fefiB? tc 

27. Ordinance appropriating $57, 00"?, Public Health, District V, 
Mental' Health Center, for various appropriations; rescinding 
$57,007 from various appropriations, various mental health 
centers. File 101-77-109 (Controller No. RO 208) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/11/77 



Finance Committee - 4 - December 21, 1977 

28. Ordinance appropriating $59,764, Public Health, Bureau of 
Alcoholism, for various appropriations; rescdingin $59,764 from 
various appropriations, various service progran facilities, CMI1S. 
File 101-77-110 (Controller No. R0 206) 

ACTION^CONTINIIED TO 1/11/78 

29. Ordinance appropriating $136,616, Public Health, for permanent 
salaries, fringe benefits, medical services, drugs, chemicals, 
gases, foodstuffs; rescinding $136,616' from medical services 
and care appropriation, Administration, CMHS. File 101-77-111 
(Controller No. RO 207) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/11/78 

30. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Public 
Health, reflecting abolishment of six positions and creation 

of five positions, CMHS; a companion measure to Files 101-77-109, 
101-77-110, 101-77-111. File 102-77-68 (CSC 70) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/11/78 

31.. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Q80, Captain, San Francisco Police Department. File 31-77-52 
(Controller No. RO 210) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

32. Resolution providing for 1977 Community Development Program, 
Addendum No. 10, setting forth special purpose and proposed 
expenditures to carry out the Neighborhood Initiated Improvement 
Program. File 79-77-16 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/11/78 

33. Resolution authorizing Fair and Flower Show to be held in 1978; 
approving budget; and authorizing approval of premium schedule 
File 86-77-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

34. First amendatory covitract for open space purposes at South 
San Francisco Opera House. File 415-77 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/11/78 

35. Resolution approving and authorizing Redevelopment Agency to 

issue bonds for any of its corporate purposes and to issue refunding 
bonds for purpose of paying or retiring bonds previously issued. 
File 416-77 

Substitute legislation submitted in Committee. 
ACTION: RT COMMENDED 

36. Resolution authorizing Controller to certify availability of 
funds to reimburse Director of Health Care Services for moving 
costs. File 101-77-93 (Feinstein) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/4/78 

37. Application of Michael R. James for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for personal injury in the amount of 
$100,000. File 50-77-38 

(City Attorney recomuends denial) 

ACTION:'" Denied. Legislation prepared in and reported out of 
Committee. RECOMMENDED. 




Finance Committee - 5 - December 21, 1977 

38. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. Kile 45-77-34 

Superior 

Court N o. Plaintiff s 

662-955 Leroy Dunning, Audrey Mae Sylve, 
Betty Jo Ann Jones 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

39. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 49-77-11 

Name Sett lemen t 

Walter Rathbun and 4ertz Corp. (Melvin Tate) $900 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

40. Hearing to determine whether or not the Hotel Tax shall be in- 
creased to accommodate Yerba Buena Center. File 422-77 (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: , , 

CONTINUED TO 12/28/77 

41. Ordinance appropriating $180,950, Municipal Court, for 
temporary salaries, other professional services, and services 

of other departments for Phse I-Detailed System Design, Simplified 
Automated Traffic System; an emergency measure. File 101-7 7-98 
(Controller No. RO 193) 

(Continued from 12/7/77) 
ACTION- Continued pending receipt of report from EDP Priority 
Committee. 

42. Ordinance appropriating $78,163, Social Services, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits and rescinding 
$78,163 from permanent salaries .and related mandatory fringe 
benefits appropriations for reclassification of ten parmanent 
position? to twenty part-time positions. File 101-77-86 
(Controller No. RO 174) 

(Continued from 12/7/77) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/28/77 

43. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
the abolishment of ten full-time permanent positions and th2 
creation of twenty part-time permanent positions in the same 
classification in the Department of Social Services; a companion 
measure to File 101-77-86. File 102-77-60 (CSC 62) 

(Continued from 12/7/77). 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 12/28/77 

44. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
the classification of one new position, Bureau of Building 
Inspection, Department of Public W orks. File 102-77-22 (CSC 16) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



is 



fiJS-e,^ MEETING 01:' 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Bo;ird of Supervisors 
City and County of San Franc' - 



Wednesday, December 28, 1977 .y^a* 

Present: ^Supervisors Barbagelata, Mo ° 
Committee Clerk: 

1. Ordinance appropriating $22,500, Mayor, for Economic Development 
Consultant and rescinding $22,500 from the Federal Legislation 
Expense appropriation. File 101-77-87 (R0 176) 

(Reref erred to Committee by Board 12/19/77) 

« 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Barbagelata dissenting) 

2. Resolution authorizing filing of an application by PUC with the 
Department of Transportation, USA, for an amendment to a grant 
under the Urban Mass Transportation Act, 1964, as amended, to 
establish a light rail vehicle task force. File 194-77-10 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: Amended. See file for details. RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 
(Molinari dissenting). 

3. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply 
for and accept funds fro~^ the California State Department of 
Health for a mental health demonstration project. File 99-77-3 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Barbagelata dissenting) 

4. Hearing to determine whether or not the Hotel Tax shall be 
increased to accommodate Yerba Buena Center. File 422-77 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION: Hearing held. Filed. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $78,163, Social Services, for permanent 
salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits and rescinding 
$78,163 from permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe 
benefits appropriations for reclassification of ten permanent 
positions to twenty part-time positions. File 101-77-86 (R0 174) 

(Continued from 12/21/77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, reflecting 
the abolishment of ten full-time permanent positions and the 
creation of twenty part-time, permanent positions in the same 
classification in the Department of Social Services; a companion 
measure to File 101-77-86. File 102-77-60 (CSC 62) 

(Continued from 12/21/77) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

7. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78, Assessment 
Appeals Board, reflecting the creation of a new section and the 
establishment of a new class with no positions enumerated. 
File" 102-77-42 (CSC 43) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee - 2 - December 28, 1977 

8. Resolution approving Joint Working Agreement between the City 
and County of San Francisco and ths Parking Authority respecting 
the establishment and construction for a public off-street parking 
facility known as the Performing Arts Center Garage, calling for 
the xssuance of lease revenue bonds by the Parking Authority 
approving Environmental Impact Report; authorizing Mayor andClerk 
ol the Board of Supervxsors to execute said agreement. File 418-77 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (Molinari dissenting) 

9. Ordinance appropriating $189,575, Municipal Railway for 

$18? a ??5 frn S and related mandatory fringe benefit; rescinding 
^189,575 from permanent salaries appropriation for salarv a j<,ic^ 
xn connection with reorganization plan! Fill 10?- 77- ^(lo^lj) 

ACTION: Continued to 1/4/77 



10, 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1977-78 Municipal 
Railway, reflecting adjustment in rates of'pay and release of 
funds for various positions in Public Utilities Commission- a 
companion measure to File 101-77-122. File 102-77-73 (CSC 75) 

ACTION: Continued to 1/4/77 

11. Hearing to consider terminating freeze on certain mechanics- 
positions , Municipal Railway budget, 1977-78. File 100-77-9 

ACTION: Continued to 1/4/77 

L "' Kn?nr t ^^ aPPr ° Vi S 8 ^^^ filling of vacated position of 
File 31-77-5r a (RO 23S) eer ' Departm6nt ° f ^^ U ° rks • 



13. 



16, 



ACTION: Continued to 1/4/77 



Ordinance appropriating $8,128, Real Estate Department for 

Elass^ne'rust'd- f°I ™ diate fill -§ °f vaSted position of 
Class 2716 Custcdxal Assxstant Supervisors; rescinding $8 128 
from permanent salaries, contractual services and materials and 
(RO P 227) appr °P riations ; an emergency measure. File 101-77-124 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Custodial Assxstant Supervisor, Civic Auditorium. File 31-77-54 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Resolution accepting gift of anatomical support products, 
estimated value $60,000 from Gilbert-Hyde-Chick, Inc. for use 
by the Department of Public Health. File 38-77-33 

Awrrt „ Amended as follows: $60,000 reduced to $53,611.40. 
AC110N: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 



Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiffs 

217^2 16' 2 6 29) ty 3nd C ° Unty ' Flle 45 " 77 - 35 C R0 21 3, SJ/JS? 2U, 

Municipal 

Court No. Plaintiff Settlement 

lly'om ■ ^oncy Gabriel $1,000.00" 

/J/-ZU1 Larry E. Lenschmidt 2 313 07 

727-962 Pacific Telephone & Telegraph 1J224.42 

Superior 
Court No. 

^"T^T ? V u lyn Marlin 3,250.00 

?«, 2~ John Michael Porter 1 250 00 

69 9 + : 6 9 3 ? aSil F° ff ' Jr - " loluOO.-OO 

695-163 Cesar Castro 5,500.00 

ACTION: Leg: tion prepared in and reported out of Committee. 



Di,'rn